We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
“The gate displays several coat of arms: Tudor dynasty etc besides very early renaissance pilaster and capitals and other statues and mason etc It is surely impressive and inspirational and provides hours of intere...”
“* Arms of the Tudor Dynasty including in the Centre the Royal Arms * a Bronze Sculpture of Christ by the German Sculptor Klaus Ringwald * early Renaissance Pilaster and Capitals, dating amongst the earliest in Eng...”
“The tour is guided and you only see the ground floor but you can also visit the church next door, which is highly ornate and also designed but Pugin.”
“I am an admirer of AWN Pugin and I took the opportunity to visit his former home and St.Augustine's Church, which he both built.There is an annual Heritage Open Day event otherwise there are guided tours on Wednes...”
“This is what welcomes you as you turn left, going south on the main road coming from the Canterbury West train station (located north of the city - rather confusing): the gorgeous towers presiding over the city, w...”
“It was the city gaol for some time and has some very interesting artefacts and the view from the top is fabulous.”