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St. Martin's Church

Canterbury, UK 2.0 mi away
#1 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood of Canterbury and about 15 mins walk from the famous Canterbury Cathedral, this oldest church in continuous use in the entire English-speaking world, is often given a miss by to...
Hidden gem is an overused term but fits this church perfectly as it's off the main part of Canterbury but is well worth a visit.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#2 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
The Cathedral has great historical significance and very important if you like history The architecture is amazing and the art is breathtaking It is a very large church with numerous chapels From a religious stand...
Don’t miss the Cloisters (fascinating medieval carvings of animals & shields), the Crypt (oldest part of the Cathedral which housed the tomb of Thomas Beckett before it was moved to the Trinity Chapel) or the tomb...
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Christ Church Gate

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#3 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
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...
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#4 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
W.ak down Stour street, pass the Greyfriars lodging house and turn right and over the bridge.
A lovely place to sit and relax or have a picnic
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St. Augustine's Abbey

Canterbury, UK 2.2 mi away
#6 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Audio Tour is excellent and gives a great overview of the history Abbey and enough detail of the timeline of the Abbey, Canterbury and the early Christian settlers.
Especially for history buffs, we spent a couple of hours touring the ruins at our own pace, and finished up with a drop of Canterbury port in the shop where we were entertained with a mountain of extra information...

Eastbridge Hospital

Canterbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#5 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This historic building in the centre of the city is an absolute delight steeped in history dating right back to the 12th century when it was a place to stay for the pilgrims visiting Thomas Becket's tomb.
Admittance is very inexpensive, and the employees/volunteers are extremely knowledgable and I would highly recommend asking them questions about the history of the hospital.
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Fordwich Town Hall

Fordwich 0.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Fordwich
So much of the building is unchanged, including the building, the 800 years old town records trunk, the ducking chair, the jury deliberation room, and many other artifacts.

Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint

Canterbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#7 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
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.
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The Buttermarket

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#9 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Within its center is a memorial to the war dead which brings the loss of life in the wars of this past century into focus and serves as a focal point for people who are looking to meet up before a tour.
It must be really gorgeous around Xmas with the stunning architecture and cobbled streets.

Church of St Mary the Virgin

Fordwich 0.5 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Fordwich
The church is well worth a visit, even compared to the nearby Canterbury Cathedral.
Worth a visit and a small donation for the up keep!

The King's Mile

Canterbury, UK 2.2 mi away
#10 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Imagine all those pilgrims of old walking along the "mile", the same path as Chaucer, anticipating the view of that magnificent cathedral.
Nice easy stroll around historic streets....

St. Thomas' Catholic Church

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#11 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This Roman Catholic church designed in the High Gothic style and built in the Victorian era, contains relics of the famous St. Thomas a Becket, martyred in the 12th century in the nearby Canterbury Cathedral.

St. Lawrence Ground

Canterbury, UK 2.6 mi away
#12 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Good food and drink options from the lime tree cafe and very reasonably priced.
As for the car parking right near was park and ride.

Canterbury on Ice

Canterbury, UK 2.6 mi away
#13 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

Statue of Geoffrey Chaucer

Canterbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#16 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Definitely worth stopping by as you walk around the city centre area (check out the pasty shop nextdoor!).
Interesting that faces of some celebrities who sponsored the statue appear as Chaucer's characters on the plinth.

Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay, UK 4.9 mi away
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
The cartoonists artwork was still on display which was fun, and the local knitting/crochet group had livened up the railings with their fun fish, mermaids, etc. Lovely to have a ride on the carousel, while the fai...
great place to visit lots to do for the kids lots of sights to see clean beaches bins emptied all the time lots of motor bikes I'm the summer shop around for ice cream as some places are expensive sometimes have b...

St. Peter's Anglican Church

Canterbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#20 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

St Dunstan's Church

Canterbury, UK 2.5 mi away
#18 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
This is a wonderful place full of history and the volunteers 5 Stars so full of the History of the wonderful church, just a short work outside the city wall in Canterbury
For those who are interested in history, archaeology, architecture, knowing more about what Henry VIII got up to....

St Paul's Church

Canterbury, UK 2.2 mi away
#24 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

Whitstable Town Centre

Whitstable, UK 5.7 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
... seaside town, with a great choice of delicious seafood restaurants (all serving ultra fresh local fish), cozy cafes, great ice-cream shops and quirky pubs with the addition of numerous great art and craft shops.
Lovely place to visit lots of individual shops , Victoria’s boutique Has lots of lovely things can always find something to buy when I visit The black dog great real ales Wheelers oyster bar is excellent for food...
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St. Mildred's Church

Canterbury, UK 2.7 mi away
#19 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

Old Synagogue

Canterbury, UK 2.2 mi away
#25 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
My wonderful walking tour guide intentionally stopped there to tell me about the history of the Old Synagogue and the history of this sight.

Bulkhead Statue

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#26 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
That said it was interesting to look at, a good photo opportunity and is in a really beautiful spot next to the river.

Dave Lee Statue

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#30 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

Central Bandstand

Herne Bay, UK 4.9 mi away
#3 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
A very nice place long Herne bay beach this place have café and a bar next door also have a stage now and then there something gos on on it food from café is very nice would defo take my family or friends there ag...
My daughter was married in a beach hut venue on the pier!

Queen Bertha’s Walk

Canterbury, UK 2.2 mi away
#38 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury

Whitstable Harbour

Whitstable, UK 5.9 mi away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Whitstable
... a traditional English seaside town, with a great choice of delicious seafood restaurants (all serving ultra fresh local fish), cozy cafes and quirky pubs with the addition of numerous great art and craft shops.
What a lovely place to stroll around with craft and art stalls to browse with all vendors being helpful and friendly to the various eatery's offering fresh local caught fish and shellfish and topics of local histo...
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Christopher Marlowe Memorial

Canterbury, UK 2.3 mi away
#32 of 45 Sights & Landmarks in Canterbury
Good to see his statue and around the base are four characters from Marlowe's plays: Tambourlaine, Barabas, Edward II and Dr Faustus.

Reculver Towers and Roman Fort

Herne Bay, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Herne Bay
If you are looking for a bit of culture or have an interest in history, nature & wildlife , then the Kent Wildlife Trust information centre at Reculver is well worth a visit , it is free and there you can learn ab...
Time and my lovely girlfriend decided to have a walk around the towers and get some lovely photos...was lovely to walk around bonus is the pub is right there too which of course is lovely to go in.... 10/10