Faversham is a town in the English county of Kent, UK. The history of the town can traced back 2000 years to Roman times. Explosives were a major local industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Trains are operated by SouthEastern From London Charing Cross (via Dartford) and Victoria. Trains from Ramsgate and Dover also serve Faversham. The Javelin high speed service operates every 30 minutes from London St Pancras. There is a supplement for using this service unless travelling from outside of the London region.
Note that many trains from London to Ramsgate and Dover leave London as a single train and split in two at Faversham. If boarding at Faversham and travelling East or South it is important to get in the right train as there will be two trains on the one platform after the split.
- National Fruit Collection at Brogdale Farm. Brogdale Road, Faversham, ME13 8XZ, about 1 mile from the town centre. A farm growing rare varieties of fruit, particularly apples. Best visited in Sep or Oct. Open 10am - 5pm daily Apr - Oct, admission £10. Shop open all year.
- Shepherd Neame Brewery. Tour, 11 Court Street, ME13 7AX. This brewery was founded in 1698 and claims to be Britain's oldest. Tours (£11.50) take about 2 hours and run most days, best booked in advance.