About this offer
Dating back to 1590, Eastgate House is one of the most impressive and distinctive buildings in Rochester’s historic high street. Originally the home of Sir Peter Buck, a senior officer at the Royal Tudor Dockyard, the house has also been a Victorian boarding school, and features in two of Charles Dickens’ best known novels. Within its maze of stately panelled rooms, ornate ceilings and twisting stairways, many clues and mysteries from those past lives remain. So step inside, discover the enduring beauty of this amazing building and learn the secrets and the stories of those who lived, worked and played here for more than 400 years.