Rochester High Street is a hive of activity. With a diverse range of shops, restaurants, cafes, museums and art galleries there are endless opportunities for engagement in the culture of the historic town.
The cobbled street provides a quick route to Rochester Castle and Rochester Cathedral as well as giving direct access to historic houses and museums such as Eastgate House and the Guildhall Museum.
The vast array of cafes and restaurants in Rochester mean that you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to lunchtime! From The Deaf Cat coffee shop to the Dot Cafe, there are loads of chances for a relaxing coffee and interesting conversations! There are also a number of restaurants in Medway to choose from if you fancy a full meal.
The High Street is home to some artistic hotspots including galleries and craft stores in the shape of Frances Iles and Nucleus Arts.
At the end of the High Street there is a pop-up shop, where the contents and occupants change frequently, recently it was transformed into a tapas restaurant but has previously been an art gallery.
A short walk from the High Street you can find The Vines; tranquil gardens, perfect for a stroll or a picnic.