For those delegates staying longer (or perhaps coming with family who may not be attending the organised trips) we have complied a list of public accessible site and other attractions that are regularly open to the general public.

1. Underground sites
Brighton Sewers
Cabinet War Rooms
Chislehurst Caves
Dorking Caves
Dover Castle (with various underground elements)
Fan Bay Deep Shelter
Fort Amherst
Grimes Graves
Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker
London Underground (closed station tours and Brunel’s tunnel)
Margate Shell Grotto
Ramsgate Tunnels
Reigate Caves (Barons’ Cave and Tunnel Road Caves)
Royston Cave
Scott’s Grotto, Ware
St Clement’s Caves, Hastings
Uxbridge Battle of Britain Bunker
West Wycombe Caves

2. Gardens with notable underground grottoes
Leeds Castle
Painshill Park

3. Gunpowder works
Chilworth Gunpowder works
Faversham Gunpowder works (Chart and Oare)
Tonbridge Gunpowder works
Waltham Abbey Gunpowder works

4. Steam pumping engines
Brede “Steam Giants” (also has a nuclear bunker)
Crossness Pumping Station
Kempton Steam Museum
London Museum of Water and Steam (previously Kew Bridge Steam Museum)
Science Museum, London

5. Buildings using Reigate stone in their construction
Eltham Palace
Hampton Court Palace
St Paul’s Cathedral
Westminster Abbey
Windsor Castle

6. Selected other attractions local to Godstone
Ashdown Forest – with Winnie the Pooh’s bridge
Bluebell Railway
British Wildlife Centre
Chartwell
Downe House
Hever Castle
Penshurst Place