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Welcome to the fabulous district of Canterbury. It is great for tourism–the perfect blend of city coast and countryside. Experience Canterbury’s rich history and heritage through stunning architecture and UNESCO world heritage sites.

The city’s skyline is dominated by the stunning Cathedral, the oldest in England. The Cathedral, however, is only part of the story. The ancient ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martins Church form Canterbury’s UNESCO World Heritage site. Other attractions, such as Canterbury Castle are reminders of the city’s rich history, heritage and culture.

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Canterbury Cathedral


01227 762862

Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Westgate Gardens


01227 862000

We want to make Westgate Parks a very special riverside recreation area for residents and tourists.

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The Canterbury Tales


01227 479 227

A visit to Canterbury is not complete without experiencing Chaucer’s famous tales of medieval misadventures.

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The Beaney


01227 862162

The Beaney is an Art Museum and Library situated in the heart of the historic city of Canterbury.

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Canterbury Historic River Tours


07790 534 744

Punting in Canterbury in the form of guided historic river tours has been a favourite pastime on the River Stour for a number of years.

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Canterbury Guided Tours


01227 459779

Canterbury Guided Tours provide entertaining and enjoyable tours for visitors to the city of Canterbury.

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Shepherd Neame

ME13 7AX

01795 542016

Shepherd Neame is Britain’s Oldest Brewer, based in Faversham, Kent, since 1698.

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The Historic Dockyard


01634 823807

The Historic Dockyard, Chatham is a stunning 80 acre site with historic buildings, museum galleries, historic warships and a vibrant programme of events and activities.

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Diggerland Kent

ME13 9TX

0871 22 77 007

Diggerland is the Ultimate Adventure Theme Park experience where children and adults can ride, drive and operate REAL full size construction machinery.

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Mount Ephraim Gardens

ME13 9TX

01227 751496

Mount Ephraim is a beautiful country estate that has been owned by the Dawes family for 300 years.

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Quex Park


01843 842168

Quex Park is a unique country Park of 250 acres in East Kent set within an estate of 1800 acres around Birchington.

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Turner Contemporary


01843 233 000

Turner Contemporary is a gallery in Margate, delivering world-class exhibitions of contemporary and historical art, events and activities. Admission is free.

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Howletts Wild Animal Park


0844 842 4647

Howletts Wild Animal Park is a 90 acre animal adventure in beautiful ancient parkland that is ideal for great days out in Kent.

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Buckmore Park Karting


01634 201562

Widest choice of adult karting experiences at a true MSA licensed racing circuit.

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Belmont House

ME13 0HH

01795 890 202

The focus of Belmont is the magnificent neo-classical house, but we also have beautiful gardens and the finest private collection of clocks in Britain to explore!

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Wingham Wildlife Park


01227 720836

Wingham Wildlife Park is a medium sized wildlife park situated near Wingham in Kent.

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Walmer Castle and Gardens

CT14 7LJ

01304 364288

Open the door to this charming Tudor castle by the sea. Explore eight acres of magnificent gardens, woodland, and sea views now home to the Lord Warden.

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Dover Castle

CT16 1HU

01304 211 067

The most iconic of all English fortresses commanding the gateway to the realm for nine centuries. Climb the Great Tower, meet the characters and immerse yourself in vivid medieval interiors.

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Marlowe Theatre


01227 787787

The Marlowe Theatre named after the playwright Christopher Marlowe is a major 1200 seat theatre in Canterbury. It closed in March 2009 for a £25m redevelopment and reopened on 4th Oct 2011.

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Yorke Lodge (200m)


01227 451243

Family-run bed-and-breakfast, 10-minute walk from Canterbury West train station, and a 16-minute walk from Canterbury Cathedral.

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Victoria Hotel (50m)


01227 459333

Traditional, family-run hotel, 14-minute walk from Canterbury West train station and an 18-minute walk from Canterbury.

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Canterbury Lodge (200m)


01227 768767

Set in a Victorian house on a tree-lined street a 10-minute walk from Canterbury West train station, this traditional bed-and-breakfast is also a 16-minute walk from main attractions. Child friendly

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Falststaff Hotel (400m)


01227 462138

Set in a 15th-century coaching inn and adjacent annexes, this elegant hotel is a 4-minute walk from both Canterbury West train station and the Marlowe Theatre, and an 8-minute walk from Canterbury Cathedral.

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Abode Canterbury (600)


01227 766266

Set in a Tudor-style former bank, this contemporary hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Marlowe Theatre, a 3-minute walk from Canterbury Cathedral and a 10-minute walk from Canterbury East train station.

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Premier Inn (1mile)


0871 527 9408

A 3-minute walk from the 6th-century St. Augustine's Abbey, this relaxed hotel is also 1 km from Canterbury East train station and 1.3 km from the medieval Canterbury Cathedral.

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Canterbury Cathedral Lodge Hotel (900m)


01227 865350

Situated in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, this upscale hotel and budget annexe is also a 4-minute walk from the Canterbury Tales museum and a 9-minute walk from Canterbury East train station.

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Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel (1.4m)


01227 760341

A 12-minute walk from Canterbury Christ Church University, this grand, Gothic-style hotel sits among 2-acre gardens. It's 0.8 miles from Canterbury East railway station and 1.1 miles from Canterbury Cathedral.

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Cathedral Gate Hotel (800m)


01227 464381

Situated in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, this upscale hotel and budget annexe is also a 4-minute walk from the Canterbury Tales museum and a 9-minute walk from Canterbury East train station.

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