2000 years of history from Iron Age fort to Nuclear Bunker, Roman lighthouse, Saxon church, Norman keep, Georgian and Napoleonic barracks, World War Two operations, hospital, medieval tunnels, beamed ceiling, panelled ceiling, plaster ceiling, battern doors, double split doors, Georgian panel doors, casement windows, leaded windows, sash windows, stained glass windows, oak floor boards, brick pavors, stone floors, cast iron fire place, alcove, cellars, cloisters, gallery, dungeons, ironwork balcony, lawn, woodland, iron railings, coastal, farmland, fields, grassland, sea view, trees, entrance gates, gatehouse, courtyard, drive, Henry the Second\'s great keep built 1180 (12th century), upper chapel situated in the keep built by henry the Third, Anglo-Saxon church of St Mary-in-Castro heavily restored in 1862 (19th century), Peverell\'s Tower, 13th century Constable\'s gate 1220, Hellfire Corner, operating theatre part of the hospital in the Annexe tunnels added in 1941 (20th century), Terrace cut into the White Cliffs, the underground tunnels formed the headquarters from which the Dunkirk evacuation was masterminded, Admiralty Lookout station, Arthur\'s Gate, Palace Gate, Canon\'s Gate, Fulbert of Dover\'s Tower, Hurst\'s Tower, Say\'s Tower, Gatton Tower, Queen Mary\'s Tower, King\'s Gate, Constable\'s Tower and Gate, Treasurer\'s Tower, Redan, Crevecouer Tower, Caponier, tunnelling operations began in 1790\'s. Have a full scale model of a trebuchet (catapult) and a siege experience about soege of 1216 includinf detail about how trebuchet\'s work. Kent. No fortress in England boasts a longer history than Dover Castle. The site has served as a strategic centre during England\'s colourful history since Roman times. Both Henry VIII and Winston Churchill used the castle.Production credits include: The Other Boleyn Girl; To Kill a King; I\'m Famous & Frightened; Floris; Day Trip History; History Hunter; A Place in the Sun; Coast; The One Show; Countryfile; Heineken Cup photoshoot; Rogue Traders; See more images of the following areas of Dover Castle by following the links below:Medieval Tunnels: http://www.film-locations.co.uk/catalog.php?item=2909
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