Canterbury's UNESCO Sites tour: Foundations of Faith


Canterbury Cathedral, The Precincts, Canterbury, Kent, CT12EH

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Canterbury's UNESCO Sites tour: Foundations of Faith


Canterbury's UNESCO Sites tour: Foundations of Faith

Discover more about the introduction of Roman Christianity to Britain on this unique fully-guided tour experience which takes you through the heartland of historic Canterbury, ending at historic Canterbury Cathedral.

There are three sites that make up Canterbury's UNESCO World Heritage Site and this tour will offer a fascinating insight into all three special places. Visit St Martin's church, the oldest church in the English-speaking world, explore the remains of St Augustine's Abbey, resting place of St Augustine and the first Archbishops of Canterbury, and experience the beauty of Canterbury Cathedral, Mother Church of the Church of England. A guided tour will be given at every site, led by expert guides, with a guided walk between each site. A tasty included sandwich lunch in the picturesque gardens overlooking Canterbury Cathedral will make this day of discover very special.

The cost of the tour is
£59.95 per person.

The tour is available on the following dates:

Tuesday 4th June
Thursday 20th June
Thursday 11th July
Saturday 27th July
Thursday 15th August
Saturday 31st August
Friday 6th September


Opening Times

Season (11 July 2024)
Thursday09:30 - 16:00
Season (27 July 2024)
Saturday09:30 - 16:00
Season (15 Aug 2024)
Thursday09:30 - 16:00
Season (31 Aug 2024)
Saturday09:30 - 16:00
Season (6 Sept 2024)
Friday09:30 - 16:00

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