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St Margaret's Street,
Visit us over the Easter Holidays for our much-loved Medieval Story Garden Activities! Learn about Medieval Medicine in our herb garden, attend storytelling, and be whisked away into your imagination, learn Maypole Dancing and be knighted after taking lessions at Knight School.
|Mon 3 - Fri 7 Apr 2017|
|Mon 10 - Fri 14 Apr 2017|
This event is free with entry into the attraction! Book your attraction visit via the website and enjoy entry to the event on the day you have chosen to book your attraction ticket.
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From Dover and Folkestone - approach via A2 London bound. Take A2050, signposted Canterbury. Closest car parks: New Dover Road Park & Ride (Long Stay), Holman's Meadow (Long Stay), Whitefriars (Short Stay), Watling Street (Short Stay).
From Faversham and London - approach via M2, A2. Take A2050, Signposted Canterbury. Closest car parks: Wincheap Park & Ride (Long Stay), Rosemary Lane (Long Stay), Castle Street (Short Stay), Castle Row (Short Stay).
From Ashford - approach via M2, A2. Take A2050, signposted Canterbury. Closest Car Parks: Wincheap Park & Ride (Long Stay), Rosemary Lane (Long Stay), Castle Street (Short Stay), Castle Row (Short Stay).
From Ramsgate, Herne Bay and Thanet - Approach via A28. Closest Car Parks: Sturry Road Park & Ride (Long Stay), Queningate (Short Stay), Whitefriars (Short Stay), Watling Street (Short Stay).
Turn right out of station into Station Road West. Turn left at the end of the street into St. Dunstan’s. Continue straight on for about 5-10 minutes, passing through the West Gate, into St. Peter’s Street and on into The High Street. St. Margaret’s Street is on the right hand side just past Nason’s Department store. The Canterbury Tales is on the right opposite HMV.
: 1 mile from Canterbury West station