King’s enjoys a truly unique and beautiful location, nestled amongst cobbled medieval streets in the heart of the Cathedral Precinct in historic Rochester. The School sits between the Norman Cathedral and the 12th Century Rochester Castle, with far-reaching views over the River Medway. In Rochester, you can enjoy rolling countryside hills in one direction and beautiful seaside in the other, along with being just over half an hour’s train journey from London.
Nothing compares to coming to see our School for yourself and we encourage you to book a personal tour or to attend one of our Open Mornings to understand what makes King’s School Rochester so unique.
There are two maps below. The first one is an illustration of our entire site and shows you where to arrive as a visitor. The one at the bottom gives you a virtual tour. Simply move your mouse around the screen and click on each building to learn more about different areas of the School. The speech bubbles bring up specific information and the map markers will take you inside the building.
If you would like to find out more information, please contact Sue Webb, Head of Admissions, on 01634 888590 or firstname.lastname@example.org.