Welcome to 2018. We hope visitors to our site enjoying walking the Dover Bluebird Trail. Look out for updates in the next few months.
Dover Bluebird Heritage TrailA new self-guided walking trail exploring the long and rich history of the town and port of Dover. Bronze pavement markers guide you around the route along with a printed guidebook, free phone app and this website to explain the sites as you pass by. Enjoy a walk through Dover's long recorded history. You can download a PDF of the guidebook from this website or printed copies can be obtained free of charge from the Visitor Information Centre at Dover Museum. The app (compatible with iOS and Android smartphones) is free and website will provide further in-depth information about places of interest along the route and have GPS enabled maps so walkers will be sure they have found the historic buildings and monuments along the trail. Search for 'Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail' for your Android phone. Download and install 'Situate' from the App Store for your iPhone or iPad and search for the Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail.
My Bluebird StoryAnyone can contribute their memories of Dover, creative work and photographs about the Trail on the My Bluebird Trail page. You can also get involved with the project, working on the website and app as a volunteer. Contact us
- RT @KiezPiece: 5-year-old David Day is prepared for bed in his home in a cave in Dover's chalk cliffs in Dover, England, April 19, 1944. 90…37 days ago
- RT @CarolineMills99: Have you only ever regarded #Dover as a #port through which to pass through? So did I until I actually stopped to visi…37 days ago
- One for the diary #heritage #walk #EastKent https://t.co/SmfuQxJ6vX37 days ago