Tours of the Historic Churches
If you would like a tour of the Historic Churches on Romney Marsh, there are three organisations that provide such tours. All the tours are conducted by tour guides with a wealth of knowledge about the churches you visit.
Fact or Fiction Tours
Fact or Fiction Tours offers half day or full day tours of the mediaeval churches with Blue Badge Guide Sue Duckwoth. All tours are individually planned to suit you and your group. Travel is usually on a luxury coach or minibus fitted with a microphone though other transport is available. Meals and accommodation can all be recommended, though you may have specific places where you would like to eat or stay the night.
Fact or Fiction Tours also offer illustrated lectures on the churches, which are well researched, entertaining and informative talks suitable for any club, association or corporate gathering. Each lecture lasts about 45 minutes which allows time for a discussion or questions afterwards.
For further information, please visit the Fact or Fiction Tours website and/or contact Sue Duckworth email or 07546 595803.
Hidden History Travel
Hidden History Travel runs a Tour of Hidden Churches and Lost Villages of Romney Marsh. This 5-day tour has been created by local resident and professional archaeologist Dr Christopher Cole, who will also be your guide. His passion and knowledge of the Marsh, its people and its history give this tour an especially intimate insight. The tour highlights are:
- 4 nights in the historic Mermaid Inn, with a 3-course dinner included on the last night.
- Daily excursions with guide and driver.
- A unique group of Norman and Medieval churches, each with its own fascinating story to tell.
- An archaeologist helps you discover the lost villages and hidden history of the Marsh
- Literary associations, military history, smugglers, murder, shipwrecks and ghosts all contribute to this most revealing and appealing of tours.
Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust
The Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust runs conducted guided tours of the mediaeval churches. The format is based on a coach with a driver who is prepared for narrow lanes, the level of activity suitable for the group and the distances involved. Numbers can be between 30 and 50. It is usually an all day event, normally seeing four churches, with a pub lunch and an optional tea.