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Canterbury Heritage Museum offers a wide range of educational visits and creative cross-curricular learning activities inspired by the rich history and heritage of Canterbury, and the collections of national, regional and local significance on display.

 

School Visits at Canterbury Heritage Museum

School Visits

We offer an exciting programme of events and activities for schools and colleges designed to inspire young people and enrich learning.

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Foreign Language Visits

We welcome foreign language school groups and offer self guided visits, interpreter-led guided tours and hands-on sessions.

College and university visits to Canterbury Heritage Museum

Colleges and Universities

We offer self-guided visits and guided tour and object investigation sessions for college and university groups.

family friendly activities at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Family Friendly Activities

Canterbury Heritage Museum is committed to the Kids in Museums manifesto and is an excellent venue for a fun and engaging family visit.

Activities for adults at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Activities for adults

Canterbury Heritage Museum provides a variety of learning activities for adults.


 

School and group visit information for Canterbury Heritage Museum

School and Group Visit Information

Click on the link below to access further information about school and group visits to Canterbury Heritage Museum. 

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Admission

Adults £8.00

Discounts £6.00

Children free to a maximum of two children per paying adult.

Group tickets available.

Joint ticket for Heritage Museum and Roman Museum (Wednesdays to Sundays until 28 September 2014)
Adults £10.00
Discounts £8.00

Admission free to MyTownMyCity users, except for some special events.

 
 

How to find us

Canterbury Heritage Museum
Stour Street, CT1 2NR

Phone: 01227 475202

Email: museums@canterbury.gov.uk

 
 

Free Digiguide Tour

See and listen to animated stories about famous Canterbury characters, key artefacts and aspects of the building's history. A highlights tour in English, French, German and Japanese.