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Tourist Information Centre
Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre in Preston Street
The Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre comprises three adjoining grade II listed buildings in Preston Street right in the centre of Faversham.
The Heritage Centre, or the Fleur, as it is affectionately known, is owned and voluntarily run by the Faversham Society and offers many facilities for the visitor and locals alike.
The Faversham Tourist Information Centre (TIC) covers the Faversham area and the Swale Borough Council area, including Sittingbourne, Sheerness and the Isle of Sheppey.
Faversham Museum provides an insight into the history of Faversham. It was reopened in November 2002 following a complete redevelopment of the site and the provision of completely new facilities.
The Kentish Bookshop specialises in books on Faversham and Nearby, Hops, Railways and Trams, Sailing Barges and Old Maps.
The Faversham Society also runs a second-hand bookshop, which next door to the Tourist Information Centre.
Fleur de Lis Gallery
The shop opens on Tuesday and Friday mornings from 10-1pm and on Saturdays from 10-3.30pm.
All books are donated and sold at competitive prices with all profits supporting the work of the Society.
The Fleur de Lis Gallery hosts temporary exhibitions, frequently changed, of themes from Faversham's history.
Cards, Souvenirs and Gifts
The Heritage Centre also sells Cards, Souvenirs, Gifts etc with a Faversham theme, including a comprehensive range of postcards depicting scenes past and present in Faversham.
Guided Town Walks
Enjoy a guided walk in Faversham, available on Saturdays from Easter to October at 10.30am from the Heritage Centre.
The Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre is open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday, and 10am to 1pm Sunday.