An opportunity to delve into the rich history of Canterbury whilst exploring this amazing city with CT Tours. Develop your knowledge and experience over 2000 years of Canterbury’s history, with your dedicated and accredited tour guide accompanying you along the way. There’s something for everybody, from accounts of ancient settlers to medieval murder and martyrdom, before stories of the many famous historical figures, artists and notable locals round up Canterbury's story right up to the present day. Tour themes include Canterbury, Europ and the Wider World, Canterbury Classic, Wellbeing Walks and Canterbury Tales, the latter specifically designed for children - of all ages.

Opening Hours
Tour times vary by season, please check for times and availability online when booking. Each tour normally lasts as close to an hour and a half as the guide can make it. For private tours, alternative times are available on request.

Public tour & Private
Adult: £12.50
Concessions: £10.00
Youth - aged 13 to 17 years: £5
Child -  12 yearsand under: Free.

Canterbury is mainly flat with only some minor inclines, making the tour accessible to those with mobility aids, wheelchairs etc. However, please do be aware that pavements can often be very narrow or uneven, whilst some of the route is along cobbled streets. CT Tours advises anyone with mobility concerns to bring along a carer, free of charge.

Canterbury West and Canterbury East

Canterbury Bus Station, top of the High Street.

Park and Ride
Approaching from Dover: New Dover Road CT13EJ
Approaching from Thanet: Sturry Road CT11AD
Approaching from Ashford: Wincheap CT13TY
Pay & Display parking and car parks throughout the city.

Additional Notes
All tours start from outside The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, at the address listed.

Picture Credit: © CT Tours.

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