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Canterbury Guided Walking Tours

NEW monthly themed walks now available here! Next walk: Canterbury's Christmas on Sat 4th Dec.

Now booking: 11am and 2pm daily walking tours, plus private family and larger group tours. Book online here now.

If you'd prefer a tour from the comfort of your own home, try our Virtual Tour of Canterbury

Canterbury Guided Tours provide entertaining 90-minute walking tours for visitors to the historic city of Canterbury. Join our daily tour, try one of our themed monthly walks, or book a private tour for your group. Our guided walking tours of Canterbury are an excellent way to see the sights and learn some history too!

Christ Church Gate - Crooked House
Tour of Cathedral Precincts
Westgate Gardens
Daily Tours

Daily Tours

Explore Canterbury's fascinating past by joining our daily 90-minute city walking tour.

Daily Tours
Group tour by Chaucer Statue

Group Bookings

Discounted group tours are available in numerous languages, and can be tailored to suit your club, school or organisation.

Group Bookings
Christmas Lights in Guildhall Street

Christmas Tour

Join our festive tour of Christmas past and present, from Plum Pudding riots to pantomimes!

Christmas Tour

Canterbury City Tour Highlights

From medieval lanes and pilgrim inns to the majestic Cathedral's Precincts and the famous 'crooked house', take a look at where your Canterbury Guided Tour will transport you to...

Canterbury City Tour Highlights
ImageNorman Staircase
ImageButchery Lane - View to Cathedral

Blue & Green Badge Guides

Green and Blue BadgesAll our guides hold the Institute of Tourist Guiding Green and/or Blue Badges.

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Latest News

New Historical Map

The current, state-of-the-art, Marlowe Theatre can seat 1200 people in the main auditorium. But did you know that in Roman times Canterbury had a theatre that could accommodate 3,000 citizens?

Work by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust (CAT) has revealed the massive footprint of this theatre that straddled Watling/Castle and St Margaret’s Streets at the site of the Three Tuns Pub.

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