"My partner and I really enjoyed this walking tour. Our guide had a background in History and was therefore very knowledgeable about Canterbury and England's long and intriguing past. We learnt about the architecture of the old part of town as well as how different conquerors influenced the town and its buildings. She also described the changes the town went through from the beginning of Christianity to the Second World War."Gennydo
"We loved it and Canterbury"Mark
"Canterbury Walking Tour – well worth doing
My husband and I have just returned from our first short break visit to Canterbury and can recommend the daily 90 minute walking tour. The tour is bookable in the tourist information office and is only £6.00 each. Your official guide meets you at the Tourist Information office (ours was Connor) and the walk includes the Cathedral precincts, the historic King’s School, medieval lanes where pilgrims’ inns and weavers’ houses still stand and many other interesting features of the city. It was really informative and you get to see and know facts about the city that you wouldn’t find or know without the tour."
"Anna was an excellent guide!
My husband and I took a wonderful walking tour of Canterbury today. Lasts about 90mins and was well worth the six pounds. We learned lots of history that we would not have known about. Would very much suggest it!"
"Wonderful helpful tour!!!
For me it was 1,5 hours of pleasure: a lot of new interesting information presented by a very pleasant lady - guide. It didn't take much time but helped a lot to reveal the main places of interest for further survey."
"Good informative tour covering the major attractions
This tour takes about 45 mins. You buy tickets from the tourist office. This tour is extremely good value and if you keep your ticket you get 10%discount on other stuff as well."
"Just wanted to thank you for the really excellent tours on October 4th and 5th. with our CCCU Health Studies/Public Health students. All the guides had done a lot of work to find out about the history of public health in Canterbury, and it was much appreciated."
"On Sunday 25 September, I took a walking tour with a friend at 11 am. Our guide was Margaret. She was an exceptionally good guide and she really made history come alive. She is our best memory of Canterbury."
"Just a short note to thank you for your personal contribution to the success of the weekend. We found everything to our expectations and beyond."
"Could we record special thanks to your excellent guides who described many interesting features to us. Our German visitors were particularly impressed with the presentations. "
"We enjoyed Lynne’s tour immensely. All the stories were fascinating and she made them come alive. Not even the very bad weather could harm the pleasure’"
"Please pass on our thanks to Lenny for a resounding walking introduction to Canterbury and its history on Tuesday last. The group had a great day"
"Thanks so much for giving us such brilliant guides- we thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Hugh Elsom and David Birmingham. I will recommend your organisation to my collegues’"