2021 a year of celebration for Canterbury
For centuries, Canterbury has been where great stories are told. From the bloody history of its cathedral to mead-soaked tales from pioneering pilgrims. From the minds of cinematic legends to the Instagram feeds of artists and artisans. 2021 is the year to find and tell your story in Canterbury.
850 years ago, one of the most famous events in Canterbury’s history took place – the murder of Thomas Beckett in Canterbury Cathedral.
Visit Canterbury welcomes media enquiries to share stories about our fascinating city, coast and countryside.
If you have a particular angle for 2021 that you would like to explore, get in touch on email.
If you would like to enquire about joining one of our press trips, please email details of your proposed article.
Step into the shoes of a visitor and experience our great city, coastal towns and stunning countryside.
Get in touch with us to find out how we can help you plan your trip - we'd love to have you!
We are pleased to provide a selection of promotional images that capture the essence of the Canterbury district, from its unique heritage and vibrant cultural scene to its beautiful countryside and stunning coastline.
Filming in the area
Want to film in one of the districts stunning locations?
If so, you'll need to contact the Kent Film Office who handle all requests for filming in the district.