Heritage sites are of upmost importance to us.

Here at Thames Chase, we take pride in protecting and restoring heritage sites. 

Explore the wide range of interesting and beautiful Heritage sites available for visit in the list below, or click on any of the icons on the map to find out more!

Visit the DiscoverME website here: discoverme.london

In addition, why not check out the short histories by our expert historian Sue Smith - click here

All sites

Rainham Hall

Cared for the National Trust, Rainham Hall is a charming and remarkably fine example of a Queen Anne house built in 1729.


Eastbury Manor

Eastbury Manor House is a rare example of a late 16th-century brick-built Gentry house.


The Old Chapel

The Old Chapel was built in 1800 by Protestant Dissenters. Now beautifully restored, it is open for regular open weekends, events and is available for hire.


Havering Museum

Havering Museum collects and preserves objects which record the remarkable history of the London Borough of Havering.


Valence House

Valence House was voted by the Guardian as one of the 50 best free things to do in London. It’s easy to see why, as there’s so much to see and do.


Upminster Windmill

Upminster Windmill.  Grade II* listed.  Smock Mill built 1803. Wooden machinery with 4 pairs of grind stones. 
Guided tours available.


Thurrock Museum

Thurrock Museum is a local history Museum, located in Grays, that focuses on the local heritage of the historic area of Thurrock


Davy Down

Davy Down Urban Riverside Park provides an opportunity to explore and enjoy the wider countryside


Tithe Barn

The Upminster Tithe Barn Museum of Nostalgia houses a collection of artifacts of nostalgic origin and is located in Hall Lane, Upminster


Tilbury Fort

Tilbury Fort is a superb example of a 17th century coastal fortification...


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