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“Cute little park by St. Augustine's Abbey”

Lady Wootton's Green
Ranked #44 of 109 things to do in Canterbury
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Reviewed July 14, 2017

Small park that's good to sit & contemplate. Close to St. Augustine's Abbey. If you are in the area--stop by.

Thank MAMadly
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"great view of the cathedral"
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"lots of history"
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"bertha"
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Reviewed March 5, 2017

a lovely place to sit and contemplate or people watch. I met my friend there before heading into town. A lovely spot close to the town centre but amazingly quiet and tranquil even with its close proximety to the hustle and bustle of town

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Reviewed January 28, 2017 via mobile

Fantastic history here . Bronze statues of Queen Bertha and her king and husband. From the Quenine gate in the city wall Bertha would walk to St Martins church the oldest still in use in this country. There is the story and a map showing her course across Canterbury to enable her to worship at St. Martins church. This being a place of worship way back into history. Well worth a visit it's easy to find on the ring road running round the city wall of Canterbury.

3  Thank lobster64
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Reviewed December 8, 2016

This garden marks the historic route of Queen Bertha, from her palace (now site of the cathedral) to St Martin's church. You can get a sense of history here. More information is at the website of the Canterbury Archaeological Society ---- where you can also find out who Lady Wooton was!

2  Thank JanInJapan
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Reviewed September 29, 2016

It's a well tended small area and in a most historic part of the city. There are many car parks around and easy to pop into, to sit if you wish, whenever you're there.
Nothing specific to visit, just to admire one of the very few places of " calm " in an otherwise busy area

2  Thank MGLB_11
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