Published: Friday, 27th May 2022
Cuddly Corgis will be hidden around a Grade I Elizabethan house to help get visitors into the jubilee spirit.
The search for The Queen’s Corgis will take place at one of the most impressive and distinctive buildings in historic Rochester – Eastgate House.
Over the years the beautiful Tudor mansion, which inspired Charles Dickens, has been used as a Victorian boarding school, library and is now a museum.
Children can hunt for Corgis from Wednesday, 1 June, to Sunday, 10 July. Normal entry fees apply, maps for the Corgi trail cost £1. Eastgate House is open Wednesday to Sunday between 10am and 5pm – last admissions 4.15pm.
Visitors can also enjoy a rare chance to see a replica set of the crown jewels alongside flower displays reflecting the coronation bouquet and memorabilia from Her Majesty’s coronation from Wednesday, 1 June, to Sunday, 10 July.