Easy to reach by train from Dover or London
The city of Canterbury and its Cathedral, the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion, is both a holy place and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Cathedral's history starts in 597AD and is most famous for the murder of its Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170. Ever since, the Cathedral has attracted thousands of pilgrims, as told famously in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
Today you can follow those pilgrims and soak up the atmosphere as you walk through the city's streets which still retain their medieval character.
I am qualified to provide specialist in-depth guided tours within the cathedral.
You may wish to time your day to take in the Evensong service (open to those of all faiths and none) at the Cathedral to gaze at the wondrous architecture whilst listening to some of the best choral music in the world.
If you are travelling from London or Dover by train, you will be met at Canterbury railway station. If you prefer to use a chauffeured car for the journey, please contact me for a customised tour itinerary.
We shall be visiting inside Canterbury cathedral, seeing St Martin's Church, St Thomas' church (and/or others upon request) and strolling through the medieval streets of Canterbury soaking up the atmosphere and history of this tiny city.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: You will be met at Canterbury railway station or another place of your choice
End location: You will be returned to Canterbury railway station
Duration: 4 hours
This tour combines well with visits to other local sites for great eight hour day tour - please request a customised tour.
We will be walking around Canterbury.
A vehicle can be provided upon request to get to and from Canterbury and then around the city. Please message with your requirements
Estimated Local Cash Needed
17 GBP - GBP17.00 per adult Cathedral entrance fee
Please see the What's Extra section for other prices
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Dawn was an absolute treasure on our day tour of Canterbury and went above and beyond for us. We were following the genealogy of my friend's family and Dawn did research and provided some fascinating information about the family and their influence in the area. She even provided some pictures of his family homestead which we found out we can order prints. tour culminated with finding a plaque for his ancestor inside the Canterbury Cathedral. We could not have scripted a more wonderful and memorable day.