Residents are invited to a patriotic display at Medway’s beautiful Tudor mansion this summer.
Eastgate House will be the home to rare crown jewel replicas, as part of our Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Flowers reflecting the bouquet from Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation in 1953 will surround the crown jewel replicas in the Grade I Elizabethan house.
Residents of all ages are encouraged to visit the unique exhibition at Eastgate House from Wednesday, 1 June, to Sunday, 10 July. The house is open Wednesday to Sunday between 10am and 5pm – last admissions 4.15pm. Eastgate House has an admission fee of £5.90 for adults, £3.20 concession, £2.75 for children or a family ticket for £14.40 - the jewel replica trail is £1.
Visitors can put their newfound knowledge to the test at The Guildhall Museum (open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm) with a spot the difference quiz between images of the real crown jewels and replicas for £1. For younger visitors, an under-fives eye-spy trail will be available between Saturday, 28 May until Saturday, 4 June for £1. The Guildhall Museum has no admission fee.
Find out more about Eastgate House.