- See & Do
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- Canterbury District
- Plan My Visit
The Goods Shed, Station Road West, Canterbury, CT2 8AN
Daily or weekly hire of bicycles, tandems, tag-alongs and child-trailers – for recreational cyclists, families, tourists and student groups, exploring the historic City of Canterbury – or taking a trip to the coast.
New Road, Rough Common, Canterbury, CT2 9DB
Blean Woods are the largest in Kent and, in addition to their intrinsic interest as ancient woodlands they surround a number of attractive villages with pubs, where you can eat and drink, places to visit.
Christ Church Gate, The Precincts, Canterbury, CT1 2EE
Enjoy a fascinating 90 minute tour of historic streets AND Cathedral Precincts with knowledgeable, entertaining guides to address your questions and special interests. All for £6.50 or less! Tours daily from the Buttermarket.
Broome Park Estate, Barham, Canterbury, CT4 6QX
Superb 18 hole parkland Golf Course, set in the peaceful countryside of Kent. Great test of golf for all standards, with a particularly challenging last hole.
Marine Parade, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 2BE
The cliff-top lawns of Tankerton Slopes roll gently towards the sea and provide an excellent view of 'The Street' and a vantage point to watch the nautical world go by. Tankerton is east of Whitstable town centre.
Birchington, CT7 9QP
This is a lovely sea walk that is particularly refreshing throughout the year.There is plenty to see as you pass a salt-water lagoon,a working oyster farm and the Reculver Towers & fort. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website)
Chartham, Canterbury, CT4 7HZ
Take your pick of these wonderful routes in Chartham - where you can enjoy a walk through Britain's first orchard nature reserve. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website)
The Welcome Centre, Canterbury Coach Park, Canterbury, CT1 1BW
The perfect way to explore some of the well known historic sites of Canterbury, plus some of the hidden gems - available in 8 languages. Enjoy an audio tour & travel at your own pace. 20 attractions and local city landmarks are featured.
The Malthouse, St Stephens Road, Canterbury, CT2 7JA
Cycle maintenance and mechanic courses for beginners, enthusiasts and professionals.
St Lawrence Ground, Old Dover Road, Canterbury, CT1 3NZ
While in Kent why not experience the fun and excitement of cricket - the English game? Kent County Cricket Club is the birthplace of the county game and offers groups the opportunity to enjoy the most English of pastimes.
Standard Quay, Abbey Street, Faversham, ME13 7BS
As one of the most historic sailing vessels on the Kent coast, S.B GRETA, spends the summer months chartering from the South Quay, Whitstable Harbour, around the Maunsell Forts, Wind Farm, taking in views of Herne Bay & Whitstable coastline
Adisham, Canterbury, CT3 3JE
Passing through the distinctive village of Adisham, this North Downs Way circular is sure to delight. This walk is relatively flat with plenty of open fields to venture through. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website)
Canterbury to Dover/Folkestone, CT1
This is a challenging 50 mile (80km) circular ride on Regional Cycle Routes 16 and 17 linking Canterbury to Folkestone and Dover. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website).
Cycle Route: Cathedral to Coast
Kings Bridge, St. Peters Street, Canterbury, CT1 2AT
A wonderful way to capture the magic of the river is through our candlelit evening tours! These tours are provided solely for our group markets, usually with a minimum number of ten participants (subject to a minimum charge).
Canterbury, CT1 2HX
Queen Bertha's walk links together Canterbury's three World Heritage Sites - the Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church.
Herne Bay, CT6 6SU
Enjoy the sights and sounds to be experienced along one of the most rapidly changing strecthes of the Kent coastline. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website)
Wiilam Street, Herne Bay, CT6 5EQ
An opportunity to find the historical and general places of interest in the town with this walking cutural trail.
The Precincts, Canterbury, CT1 2EH
Motherchurch of the Anglican Communion, seat of the Archbishop. Stunning stained glass. Eleventh Century Crypt, Twelfth Century Quire, Fourteenth Century Nave.
Water Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2NQ
Escape the busy pavements and lay back into the cushions, meander down the river and see the City as you never could on foot. Listen to historic Canterbury's rich and fascinating story as you sip champagne and view medieval buildings.
Canterbury to Whistatble, CT1
Originally a six mile railway line running between Canterbury and Whitstable between 1830 and 1952, some of it was reopened as a cycle and walking route.
Cycle Route: Crab & Winkle Way
PO Box 1023, Canterbury, CT1 2PR
Tours of the Realm offer chauffeured, sightseeing tours of rural and historic Britain to small groups of 2 to 3 people. An exclusive, bespoke and superior service for discerning travellers. Day tours or longer tours available on request.
Pier Approach, Central Parade, Herne Bay, CT6 5JN
Daily or weekly hire of bicycles, tandems, tag-alongs and child-trailers - for recreational cyclists, families, tourists and student groups, exploring the coastline between Whitstable and Reculver or inland towards Canterbury.
iFun @ Sundancers, 136 - 145 Central Parade, Herne Bay, Ct6 8SS
Herne Bay Mini Golf is an 18 hole course right on Herne Bay's seafront, just 3 minutes walk from the Pier. It is a great family activity and suitable for all ages and abilities.
Fordwich, Canterbury, CT2 0BX
This popular walk is one of Explore Kent's Walks For All series passing through pleasant countryside and woodland from the village of Fordwich. (Information courtesy of the Explore Kent website)
Canterbury, CT1 2NS
Canterbury, England's most famous cathedral city of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and now a UNESCO world heritage site sits on the River Stour in one of the most attractive corners of rural Kent.
Canterbury, CT3 4BP
This walk passes through an area of the reserve that used to flood naturally. In the 1930's and 40's, it was drained to create turf fields. Since 1995, it has been reverted to wetland and is managed by Nautral England.