#RoaminRex visited Site No. 13 on his map, Queenborough Guildhall Museum, which tells the fascinating story of this historic town, from a small saxon settlement to a wealthy borough and royal castle built by Edward III.
Queenborough is full of Victorian industrial heritage. The town was also home to hundreds of minesweeping vessels during the Second World War.
The museum houses many artefacts over two rooms plus gaol area with access to the historic guildhall.
Opening times: April to October, Saturdays 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Cost: Adults 50p, accompanied children free