Canterbury Punting Co
The best way to see and learn the history and culture of Canterbury. Take a 45-minute punt tour along the beautiful river Stour and learn stories about Canterbury's medieval past.
There are many tours to choose from, suitable for families, school groups and loved ones.
What makes it special
- Learn about Canterbury's medieval past
- Fun for everyone!
Open from February to 31st December, operating from 9.30am to dusk, weather depending.
Other things to do nearby
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