Album Roamin Rex’s album of the Wheels of Time sites he has visited. 6 April 2017: Blue Town Heritage Centre is jam packed with items, memorabilia and artefacts relating to the amazing feats of history the Isle of Sheppey was responsible for. 13 May 2017: Explored 13 galleries at Maidstone Museum nd its the vast collection of fine art and historical artefacts. 27 April 2017: Memories of old Dover, many forms of vintage transport, old shop fronts and fun activities for children at Dover Transport Museum. 12 April 2017: Milton Regis Court Hall, built as Milton’s civic centre in c.1450, it still stands proudly as an icon of the streetscape after almost 560 years.. 8 April 2017: Artefacts with connections to the Isle of Sheppey, housed in the 1000 year old grade 1 listed building at Minster Abbey Gatehouse Museum. 9 May 2017: The superb 14th century barn and related buildings at Agricultural Museum Brook with its collection of Kent-related agricultural items from large wagons to tools. 22 April 2017: The intimate and intriguing space at Rose St Cottage of Curiosities, experienced vibrant Arts events in a cottage atmosphere and left having absorbed something of Sheppey’s rich history. 17 May 2017: Visited the 17th century Grade II listed building, located in the Church Yard at the Heart of Ashford’s Town Centre, that houses Ashford Museum and its exhibits associated with Ashford’s history. 20 April 2017: The story of Faversham people and their lives from the Stone Age to the 20th Century at the Fleur de Lis Museum. 20 May 2017: The Heritage Hub , the home of the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne, open for enquires and research relating to Sittingbourne and 24 surrounding parishes. 15 April 2017: Chiddingstone Castle is home to an internationally renowned collection of Ancient Egyptian antiquities, Japanese art and crafts, Buddhist artefacts, Royal Stuart and Jacobite memorabilia and antique books. 4 May 2017: Milton Chantry houses the Chantry Heritage Centre displaying a range of exhibits relating to Gravesend, Northfleet and the nearby villages. 10 April 2017: the story of Huguenot refugees who came to the United Kingdom to escape persecution in France during the 16th century Huguenot Museum. 30 April 2017: Housed in a two storey weather boarded building; inside Tenterden Museum explored the industrial, agricultural and social history of the the town and its surrounding area. 25 April 2017: The underground world of New Tavern Fort, wound my way through the tunnels and heard about how the fort would have defended the maritime route to London against an enemy fleet. 2 May 2017: A trip on the unique Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway, built in 1905 for the transportation of the raw materials for, and the finished product of, the manufacture of paper. 07 June 2017: A trip back to it’s heyday, when 1000s travelled by steamer or train to enjoy a day at the traditional seaside resort at the Seaside Museum, Herne Bay. 18 April 2017: the history of the Eden Valley in Kent bought to life through the stories of its people, buildings and environment at Minster Eden Valley Museum. 6 May 2017: I learnt how grain was milled using traditional millstones and turned into wholemeal flour at Willesborough Windmill.