Something Old, Something New

If you've ever wondered why couples 'tie the knot' or why we throw confetti, you can explore the weird and wonderful world of wedding customs at this brand new exhibition.

Eastgate House is a unique wedding venue in the heart of historic Rochester, and throughout the summer visitors are invited to come and explore the fascinating history of weddings throughout the centuries at this magnificent 16th and 17th century townhouse.

Wander through a wonderful display of wedding dresses and artefacts, discover the history of wedding cakes and test your knowledge of royal marriages in Queen Victoria's classroom. There's even a dressing up room for younger guests.

The exhibition opens on Saturday15 June and runs until Sunday 29 September, Wednesdays to Sundays 10am to 5pm (last admission 4.15pm). Normal admission to the house applies. Save the date!


High Street

Entry Price

Adults £5.50, concessions/children (5-15 years) £4, under 5s free. Family ticket £15. Groups of ten or more 15% discount on adult price