Dartford is a town in Kent located 20 kilometres south east of London. The Dartford railway station serves the entire town and all the train services and the station are managed by Southeastern. The station is the central point for various train lines in London; these include the Bexyleyheath Line, the Dartford Loop line and the North Kent Line that passes through Woolwich Arsenal.
Dartford is a vital and unique destination along the North Kent Coast - home to Queen Elizabeth II Bridge and the Dartford Tunnel. As a former Roman settlement, Dartford has recently become a modern tourist destination. The town is currently home to 80,000 people and the Victorian market and the industrial centre have just been renovated. Dartford town is located along the Thames and it has a unique tunnel that leads motorists on M25 below the river. Effective links to both London and the lovely heartlands of Weald make Dartford a perfect destination for visitors to the UK. The picturesque sites and beautiful floral gardens in Central Park provide the perfect backdrop for various sporting facilities. The city's 'World Garden of Plants' brings together cultures from across the world and provides a veritable horticultural tour of the globe. The Dartford museum recounts the tales the ancient Romans who once inhabited the small town. Their story remains present to this day echoing in the city's architecture. The exhumed Lullingstone Roman villa provides a distinct chance for you to experience Roman domestic life throughout the centuries.