Visit one of England’s oldest parks when in Canterbury. See the Victorian Tower House, the River Stour which runs along side it and the glorious Physic Garden, filled with pretty plants and flowers.
If you fancy a picnic in the great outdoors, Westgate Gardens is the place to visit.
What makes it special
- Embrace the great outdoors
- Beautiful landscapes
Open every day until dusk.
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.
Situated just a stone’s throw from Canterbury city centre, Canterbury Cathedral is a must when visiting the area.