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Open to all and free to visit, one of the UK's finest collections of Masonic artefacts will take you on a surprising and informative interactive journey through the history of Freemasonry in Kent and beyond, dispelling myths along the way.
Castle Street, Canterbury, CT1 2PR, Tel: 01227 862162, Email
The ruins of the Canterbury Norman Castle keep and castle walls and one of the three original royal castles in Kent. There are interpretation panels, a tactile model of the castle (circa 1200AD) and elevated viewing areas.
The Aspinall Foundation's Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent is a great day out for groups of all sizes where education, conservation and fun combine. Set in over 100 acres of beautiful ancient parkland.
Set in 14 acres with walled garden, arboretums, woodland and formal area. Awarded 2 stars in The Good Garden Guide. Visit our tearoom for delicious homemade cakes and light lunches made with garden produce.
Cockering Road, Canterbury, CT4 7PQ
This beautiful ancient 45-hectare woodland has spectacular displays of wildflower including many species of orchid.
Church Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2PP, Tel: 01227 786109, www.stpeters-stmildreds.org.uk
St Mildred's Church is situated near Canterbury Norman Castle and is the only standing pre-Norman conquest church inside the city walls.
80 London Road, Canterbury, CT2 8LS, Tel: 01227 786109
St Dunstan's Church is 1000 years old and was the first to be dedicated to St Dunstan.
St Peter's Street, Canterbury, CT1 2AT, Tel: 01227 786109, www.stpeters-stmildreds.org.uk
St Peter's Church has been a place of prayer and worship for over 900 years and its charm and peace are in marked contrast to the busy street.
Off Whitehall Road, Canterbury, CT2 8NL, explorekent.org/activities/whitehall-meadows-and-bingley-island/
Whitehall Meadows and Bingley Island is low lying grassland next to the River Stour on the outskirts of Canterbury. Linked to the city centre park, Westgate Gardens, the area dates back to the Domesday period.