Commemorate the 850th anniversary of the murder of the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. Hear his story and see many of the sights associated with the world shattering event.
Uncover the Canterbury connections with the famous Mayflower ship which transported Pilgrims to the New World from England 400 years ago.
Canterbury has a long history as a centre of learning from the medieval monastic period to the present day. This tour is the perfect way for teachers and students to become more informed about the English education system in a beautiful place.
Explore the Tudor story - what the city was like before and after the Reformation.
A city on the front line for 2,000 years
Immerse yourself in the horrible history of gruesome epidemics from the plague to leprosy. An insight into health, diseases, water and sanitation in medieval Canterbury
Have you lived in the Canterbury area for years? Let us show you some interesting things you may never have noticed
A walk focusing on the Walloon, Flemish, and Huguenot refugees who formed a significant part of Canterbury's late 16th and 17th century population.
A look at how Canterbury's economic wellbeing has adapted and diversified over the centuries. Ideal for students doing Business and Economics
William the Conqueror, Gothic architecture and the Huguenots.
Pleasure gardens, ancient churches and burial mounds, industry and ghosts.
Discover Canterbury's Jewish Cemetery, the unfortunate tale of Sir Thomas More, the medieval Westgate Towers and beautiful gardens.
A gruesome walk through Canterbury's grisly past...including ghosts, punishments and murder. Not for the faint-hearted!
From Chaucer, Dickens, and Marlowe, to creators of children's favourites including Rupert Bear, Bagpuss and The Clangers
Themed tours are priced as follows:
To book a themed tour for your group, please contact us with your request.
Visit Canterbury's trio of UNESCO World Heritage sites; Canterbury Cathedral*, St Augustine's Abbey* and St Martin's Church.
*Please note entrance fees are payable and group visits to the Cathedral must be booked in advance, directly with the Cathedral.
Explore the ancient pathways, orchards and beautiful views along the North Downs Way as you walk towards the majestic Canterbury Cathedral. Finish with a Cathedral tour*
*Cathedral tour must be booked and paid for directly with the Cathedral.
For prices and more information on our longer themed tours, please contact us with your request.
City Walks to include brief entry into one of Canterbury's museums, or a tour exclusively in a museum can be arranged.
We are happy to provide experienced guides to welcome your group on their arrival at the local ports of Dover and Folkestone, Canterbury Bus Station, Canterbury Coach Park and the East or West Railway Stations.
Our daily city walks and pre-booked group tours feature entry to the Cathedral Precincts with a guided walk around the outside of Canterbury Cathedral included in the ticket price.
However, guided tours of the interior of the Cathedral must be booked and paid for separately through the Cathedral Office. We regret we cannot book your Cathedral tour.
Cathedral Office details: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: +44 (0)1227 762862
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