An Introduction Tour & Children's Passport Walk

Fort Burgoyne

14th July 2019 : 10am

An introduction tour and children's passport walk. Fort Burgoyne lies hidden to the north of Dover Castle. Built in the 1860s to defend the town from attack from the north it is now designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Whilst we cannot always visit all areas of the fort you will still see and hear about much of the site's history.

The walk lasts approximately 2 hours and there is no access without booking.  To book please email: bookings.wccp@gmail.com.

We have created a children’s passport book to the Fort to try and make this a more interesting visit.

Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Donation

Stout footwear is mandatory.

The site has portaloo facilities.

Entrance to former Connaught Barracks approximately 100 yards north of junction of Dover Road with Guston Road. Postcode CT15 5LP

The historic nature and condition of the site severely limits access for individuals with limited mobility. Not suitable for wheelchairs beyond the parade ground and potentially ground floor areas.

Parking is on site.

Event Contact

For more information or if you have a query about this event please call 01304 241806 or email White Cliffs Countryside Partnership


Events key:

  • Dog friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Parking available
  • Taking place outdoors
  • Tickets required
  • Educational & creative
  • Events for grown-ups
  • Child friendly
  • Healthy & active
  • A Community event
  • A Volunteering event
  • Event facilities
  • Entrance fee or Event cost
  • Meeting place