Situated just a stone’s throw from Canterbury city centre, Canterbury Cathedral is a must when visiting the area. The magnificent building is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England. It’s also part of a world heritage site and a popular spot with tourists.
If you want a day out filled with extraordinary history and culture, discover Canterbury Cathedral.
What makes it special
- A day out filled with history and culture
- Suitable for everyone to enjoy
Monday – Saturday: 10.00 – 16.00
Sunday: 12.30 – 16.00
Children aged 17 and under: free entry
Adults over 18: £14.00
Other things to do nearby
With one of the longest dramatic and varied coastlines in the country, Kent has five of the best cycle routes - passing castles, ancient churches, historic houses and many splendid gardens.
If you’d like to escape to open space, the traditional seaside town of Herne Bay is a 30-minute drive away. Stretch your legs along its 2-mile seafront.
The origins of Dover Castle lie in the Iron Age, and a Roman Lighthouse and Anglo-Saxon church can still be seen.
Explore historic Leeds Castle - a fascinating day out for all the family with falconry displays and regular events. Be amazed by the Maze and Underground Grotto. Even take a Segway tour of
The best way to see and learn the history and culture of Canterbury.
Visit one of England’s oldest parks when in Canterbury.