Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre


Type:Heritage / Visitor Centre

11 - 13 Preston Street, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8NS

Tel: +44 01795 534542

Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre


Minutes from the railway station and central car park, picturesque medieval buildings house a museum of Faversham history, a visitor information centre, and a Kentish bookshop and gift shop. Guided town walks start from here every Saturday at 10.30am from Easter to October and group tours can be booked throughout the year.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the A2 towards Faversham (or exit the M2 at Junction 6). Parking is available around the town centre and the Fleur de Lis is located in Preston Street, one of the central streets. It is 5 minutes from Faversham mainline station.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest station: Faversham

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