Fort Amherst Photography Tour (February)

Photography Tour

If you love history and architecture photography then this is the ideal tour for you.

A unique opportunity to learn about the history of the Napoleonic tunnels with the space and time to photograph them properly.

With a maximum group limit of just four photographers, there is plenty of room to move around without the fear of unwanted photo bombing from other visitors. No rushing onto the next section until everyone in the group has got the shot they want.  

​There are two sections which both have a very different feel to them.  



The tour starts at the World War 2 strategic hub with its old telephone exchange,  food supplies and equipment.

​From there you will be guided through  to the Napoleonic Tunnels with their fascinating architectural shapes and lighting.

Guidance will be provided by a local photographer on the best shots to be had along with some useful tips on camera settings and composition. 

On the tour you will also be accompanied by an experienced historical guide who will give you a short talk about the history of the tunnels and answer any questions about their past.

After the tour you will be free to roam the outside of the site for the rest of the day.


Ideal for photographers of all levels of experience from beginner to advanced. All you need is a camera in good working condition.  

All models welcome from DSLR to smartphone.

You must be over the age of 18.

The location will be Fort Amherst, Dock Road, Chatham.

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