Fort Burgoyne is a military fort dating back to the 1860s on the eastern side of Dover. Originally called ‘Castle Hill Fort’ it was one of a series of Palmerston Forts built along the coast of Britain to defend against invasion.
As well as the many casemates and haxo-casemates on site, there is a large parade ground and an area of grassland to the left as you enter the Fort.
White Cliffs Countryside Partnership are the managing partners on site on behalf of The Land Trust who own the site.
The fort is only open for organised visits and events.
Events at this Venue
Talking to the Box Office...
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