The Best Landmark in Canterbury

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Canterbury, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Castle Street, Canterbury CT1 2PR

Since 1066

Landmark, Castle, Historical Site, Tourist Attraction, Historical Places, Stone Castle, Town Walls, Water Tank & Tower

Free Admission - This stolid stone structure stood 80 feet high and measured about 98 by 85 feet - It was one of the three original Royal castles of Kent - 13th century the castle had become the county gaol

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

A couple of years ago I mentioned this Norman castle to someone who'd lived in Canterbury all their life and looked dumbfounded at my insisting there was a ruined Norman Castle!! I live a few miles outside Canterbury and when I drive into the City I tend to park in either of the two car-parks adjacent...and so I often wander in. If it's not your thing you can be in and out within just 5 or 10 minutes... If history IS your thing then you'll probably be in and out within 10 to 15 minutes.
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Chilham, Canterbury CT4 8DB

Since 1174

Castle, Landmark, Historical Site, Tourist Attraction, Historical Places, Calendar of Events, House Tours, Chilham Park Equestrian, Venue Hire, The House, The Gardens, Occasion, Weddings, Business Meetings, Nature and Parks, Garden Tours, Events, Public & Private Tours

It is a Manor House - It was said to have been built for King Henry II - They can arrange tours of the park and/or gardens for groups of 25 to 30 or coach parties up to 50 - Offer the main hall of the house (up to 70) or even their own dining room

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Visited on a National Garden Schemes (NGS) afternoon and was bowled over by the sheer elegance, gracefulness and spectacle that is Chilham Castle Gardens. With truly classic terraces leading down through gardens, and tennis courts to a tranquil and delightful lakeside walk that facilitates a mind set of the way of life enjoyed by our more prosperous forebears. The gardens form only a part of a larger parkland estate that wends it's way over many acres almost to The Kings Wood, a large forestry.
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1 Pound Lane, Canterbury CT1 2BZ

Since 1380

Museum, Tower, Landmarks, Historical Placecs, Monument, Gatehouse, Drum Towers, Wooden Doors and Cell Linings, City Gate, Architectural Buildings & Historic Sites

Free Admission: 4 Years & Under - This 60-foot (18 m) high western gate of the city wall is the largest surviving city gate in England - The Tower is a scheduled ancient monument and Grade I listed - Canterbury was walled by the Romans around 300 AD

Discount: 10% Discount for Residents & Groups Over 15 People

Price: Adults £4 (16 years +), Children £2 (5-15 years), Family Ticket (2 Adults, 3 Children) £10, Students & Concessions £3

Mon - Sun 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

I went with my family and we got chatting to the owner, it took him nearly 4 years to get all the funding and set the towers up for viewing but unfortunately after 6 months of this being open he sadly pasted away. The towers are not open anymore but this was a great place with a wonderful view. You can still have your picture next to it and the traffic can drive under it (unless your a double decker bus) This place has all medieval equipment as well as a jail cell. I would go again!
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