'This museum is sure to be a hit with all your family as there's just so much to see and do.' (Kent Life magazine, May 2015)
Small from the outside, but a tardis within, the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre traces Faversham's long and colourful past. From gunpowder, bricks and brewing, hop farming and printing, replica local shop fronts to the period schoolroom and Victorian kitchen, and so much more, you'll follow Faversham's history from the earliest archaelogical times to the town it is today.
With lots to see and do for all for all ages, including making telephone calls in the fully working telephone exchange, creating brass rubbings, playing Elizabethan card games, listening to the gramaphone and following the new children's Fleur Trail, to name a few, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the Fleur de Lis Heritage Museum!
The Fleur Museum is open:
Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm and Sunday 10am to 1pm
Admission is £5 for adults, £3.50 for 60+ years and £1.50 for children (5-16yrs) and full time students, whilst Society members get in free.
Each ticket lasts a year with unlimited entry to the museum.
To find out more about the Fleur de Lis Museum, its collections and archives, and the Fleur Gallery go to www.favershamsociety.org/_museum.html
If you would like to know more about the Learning services offered then go to www.favershamsociety.org/_learning.html