Fort Burgoyne - An Introduction

Fort Burgoyne

13th August 2017 : 10am - 12 noon

A rare opportunity to explore the site prior to wider public access. Whilst the Fort has stood above Dover since the 1860s, it remains largely unknown and hidden in the landscape. This walk gives an introduction to the site and work the Trust is undertaking to conserve and develop this important national monument.

SORRY – FULLY BOOKED Guided walk around the main fortifications and more stable interior of Fort Burgoyne.

Children must be supervised at all times.

Booking essential as places are limited. Booking through mailto:chrisvaldus@thelandtrust.org.uk or telephone 07825 901358

Free-Donations to the Fort project welcome

No entry without stout footwear. Wear suitable clothing and bring appropriate refreshments for the weather.

Portaloos are available on site.

Entrance to former Connaught Barracks. 100 yards on right along Dover Road, having turned off the A258 at the northern tip of Dover Castle (signposted Connaught Barracks). Attendees will be signed in and guided towards the fort.

This walk is approximately 2 hours in length with limited opportunity to sit. The terrain is uneven and the walk climbs steeply over a section of approximately 50 metres. Climbing ramps and staircases are part of the walk within the Fort.

Parking on site. Follow instructions on arrival.

Event Contact

For more information or if you have a query about this event please call 07825 901358 or email Chris Valdus


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