HOWLETTS WILD ANIMAL PARK
Bekesbourne Lane, Bekesbourn, Littlebourne, Canterbury CT4 5EL Directions
Aquarium, Endangered Species, Collection, Bird’s Nest Swing, Outdoor Activities, Events, Live Shows, Animal Adventure Challenge, Wildlife Area, House, Playground, Fun Course for Children Slides, Monkey Bars, Telescope and Periscope, Children’s Zip-Line, Conservation & Picnic Areas
Howletts Wild Animal Park is a 90-acre experience with the whole family in stunning ancient parkland, excellent for great days out in Kent. It has more than 390 animals, including Kent's only giant anteaters, the largest herd of African elephants in the United Kingdom, and more gorillas, tigers, leopards and monkeys than any zoo in the county. They have animal adventure challenge a fun course for kids with slides, a telescope and periscope, zip line for dogs, nest swing for birds. It offers free animal talks, watching their animals being fed and visiting their educational centre, all included with your ticket free of charge.
Price: Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) £62.95
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THE CANTERBURY TALES
St Margaret's Street, Canterbury CT1 2TG Directions
Foreign Languages, Workshops and Activities, Guided Tours, Educational Programs, Medieval Story Garden in Summer, Displays, Exhibitions, Venue Hire, Historical Collections, Artisan Christmas Gift Fair, Children’s Parties, Group Visit and Packages, the Canterbury Ales, Learning Resources & Accessibility
The Canterbury Tales is one of medieval Britain's most popular collections of tales. The portable audio guide will take you through their impressive reconstruction of medieval England and lead you through five of the most famous stories of Chaucer. The visitor attraction is the only attraction dedicated to this outstanding piece of English literature in the United Kingdom and essential addition to any itinerary of Canterbury. You can experience medieval England's views, noises and smells; a different and dramatic introduction to Canterbury and its excellent connection to literature. Foreign language and audio guides are available. It affords free of charge in under 5.
Price: Adult £10.95, Child (5-17 Years) £8.95, Senior Citizen £8.95, Student (With Proof of Identity) £9.95, Family (2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult and 3 Children) £32.50
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CANTERBURY ROMAN MUSEUM
Butchery Lane, Canterbury CT1 2JR Directions
Exhibitions, Eating System, Workshop and Events, Group Visits, International Schools, Monument, Wall Paintings, Groups and Tours, Collection, Talks, Learning Activities, Family Programs, Dazzling Mosaic Corridor & House
The Canterbury Roman Museum provides a fascinating and family-friendly view of Roman Britain's life. Visitors can explore the history of Canterbury, wander the marketplace, and discover hidden treasures as they step back and down to Roman Canterbury's streets. The aftermath of World War II, when excavations began under the cellars of shops that were damaged by bombs, and another surprising discovery.