Tourism and travel
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The Go Gravesham Tourism team is based at our award winning Visitor Centre at Towncentric, in the heart of the town at the back of St George's Shopping Centre.
Visit the centre for ideas on where to go, what to do, where to stay, events, local souvenirs and much more.
Since its creation in 1999 the aim of the centre is to create an attractive, lively and prosperous area people want to visit; as well as a place where people can shop, work, live and play.
The centre works hard to promote our visitor attractions based on history, culture and above all our unique riverside setting. When you visit our website you can review the events on offer around the borough, discover places to visit and things to do in and around Gravesend, not forgetting the vast array of shops and restaurants to cater for every taste and ambience. Gravesend has the lot!
Visit Award Winning Gravesend Visitor Centre at -
18a St. Georges Square
Kent DA11 0TB.
The opening times are 9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday.
Prior to your visit you might also want to download a PDF map of Gravesend Town Centre.
Here you will find detailed information on the borough's heritage sites, namely the Milton Chantry Heritage Centre, New Tavern Fort and Civil Defence Bunker along with the history of Gravesend and links to Discover Gravesham - Virtual Museum.
Whatever the purpose of your stay, Gravesend, Gravesham and the surrounding Kent area offers a range of quality visitor accommodation to suit your requirements.
Located in the heart of Gravesend near the St. George's Church and the statue of Princess Pocahontas, the Towncentric office (Town Centre, Tourist, Regeneration and Information Centre) offers plenty of services to the visitor.
Come and meet our international friends. Town twinning has been part of the life of Gravesham for over 25 years.