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Explore highlights of Canterbury Heritage Museum's collections.

 

fossil on display at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Fossils

Fish and Mammoth tusks from tropical and Ice Age periods.

 


 

pre-historic flint head, on display at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Pre-historic flint axes

Tools for crop-growing and hunting from about 600,000 to 5,000 years ago.

 

Iron Age chariot linchpin, on display at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Bronze Age and Iron Age

Fragments of tools and weapons from early settlers in the area.



Vikings drawing on display at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Bagpuss and Friends

Original film props from Smallfilms productions including Ivor the Engine, Noggin the Nog, the Clangers and Bagpuss.

 

Ruper Bear collection on display at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Rupert Bear

First created as 'Little Lost Bear' by Canterbury artist Mary Tourtel.

 


 

Gold (penannular) ring at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Gold (penannular) ring

This mysterious ring dates back to between 1150BC and 75BC.

 

 

Gold Stater Coin at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Gold Stater Coin

The coin was part of a larger hoard of 16 coins which date to the 1st century BC.

 

 

Highlights of the Collections at Canterbury Heritage Museum

Highlights

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Canterbury Heritage Museum
Stour Street, CT1 2NR

Phone: 01227 475202

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