- See & Do
- Dining Out
- Canterbury District
- Plan My Visit
The city itself is compact and filled to the brim with child friendly attractions, shops and places to eat, ensuring that you will never run out of things to keep your children captivated and entertained. Canterbury is best explored on foot and due to its pedestrainised streets it is a safe place to visit with your children.
You can save money by purchasing an Attractions Passport Ticket, which gives you free entry into Canterbury Cathedral, the Canterbury Tales, Canterbury Heritage Museum and the Canterbury Roman Museum.
Now the Passport gives you even more with offers available for these establishments:
Canterbury Historic River Tours
Canterbury Punting Company
Canterbury River Navigation Company
Canterbury Tourist Guides
Canterbury Audio Tours
St Augustine's Abbey
Please call 01227 378 100 for more details.
Tickets are available at the Canterbury Visitor Centre or via our eshop. Please check opening times and accessibility before visiting each attraction. There is no expiry date on the Attraction Passport.
Canterbury Visitor Centre
18 High Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2RA
See location on Google maps.
Map reference: TR 148578
Lat: 51.27963 Long: 1.07920
Located inside the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge. Entrance via high street or Best Lane.
Parking : with charge
Public Transport : 1 mile from Canterbury East/West station