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The Mechanical Elephant

The second elephant may be found across the pond, in New Jersey.

Margate >

The Royal Victoria Pavilion

The original Pavilion was opened by HRH Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll.

Ramsgate >

Opera House

The opera lives on in this pub – with two performances a year!

Royal Tunbridge Wells >

The Golden Hope

This pub is a former police station.

Sittingbourne >

The Sir Norman Wisdom

This pub is named after a comedy great!

Deal >

The Belle and Lion

This building was once a television and electrical store, and it also housed an ironmongery business.

Sheerness >

The Peter Cushing

This pub was once The Oxford Cinema.

Whitstable >

The Samuel Peto

Discover the history of Folkestone.

Folkestone >

The Muggleton Inn

In The Pickwick Papers, residents of Maidstone were known as ‘Muggletonians’.

Maidstone >

The Thomas Waghorn

You can’t post your letters here anymore!

Chatham >

The Flying Boat

The rear of this building was originally a roller-skating rink and also a venue for political speeches.

Dartford >

The Golden Lion

The earliest reference to a Golden Lion in Rochester dates from 1808.

Rochester >

The Robert Pocock

This pub is named after someone who plays a great role in Gravesend’s history.

Gravesend >

The Thomas Ingoldsby

The Ingoldsby Legends first appeared in 1840 in a periodical edited by Charles Dickens.

Canterbury >

The Saxon Shore

Take a look at old pictures of Herne Bay.

Herne Bay >

The Leading Light

This town’s name is part Latin and part Anglo-Saxon in origin.

Faversham >