Faversham is a market town of around 20,000 people, located around halfway between Canterbury and Sittingbourne. Although Faversham is not a huge tourist draw, the town has a rich history dating back to Roman times and is home to a number of historical buildings and attractions.
Faversham’s main attractions include the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre, the museum inside the medieval Maison Dieu and the Shepherd Neame brewery.
Faversham is on the Chatham Main Line with three trains per hour to London (two slow trains to London Victoria and one high-speed train to London St Pancras) as well as two hourly trains to Ramsgate and one train per hour to Canterbury. Faversham is also well served by local buses with bus routes 3, 3B and 3X going to Canterbury, 3X to Sitingbourne.
Generally the train is the most convenient option for travelling to London, Margate or Ramsgate but the bus is a more frequent option if you’re travelling to Canterbury.