In the year of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta,
Kent unveils its hidden treasure

After travelling across Kent, the exhibition is now at the Rochester Cathedral

Magna Carta Rediscovered is a major touring exhibition visiting those towns and cities across Kent which have important historical associations to Magna Carta, the document that shaped the legal system across the world since it was sealed at Runnymede 800 years ago on 16th June 1215. The 1300 Faversham Magna Carta is displayed as the centrepiece of this fascinating ‘must see’ exhibition.




After the major Faversham success — over 12.500 visitors — Magna Carta Rediscovered is now on at the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury, until the 19th of July.

Dates and venues are as follows:

23rd May . 28th June — The Alexander Centre, Faversham
2nd July. 19th July — The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury
25th July . 6th September — Kent History and Library Centre, Maidstone
10th September . 19th September — Maison Dieu, Dover
24th September . 6th October — Jury Room, The Guildhall, Sandwich
10th October . 6th December — Lady Chapel, Rochester Cathedral