Get a real feel and appreciation for Canterbury's history with a Guided Canterbury Tour and entrance tickets to the Roman Museum.
Canterbury boasts the oldest Cathedral in England and it dominates the city centre, just minutes walk from The Falstaff. St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church also form the UNESCO World Heritage Site and can be enjoyed as part of the city's history and heritage.
Canterbury is a great mix of tradition and modern vibrancy which makes it very popular all year round with tourists and locals alike. The Falstaff is situated on St Dunstan's street, next to the West Gate Towers which enjoy specialist and individual outlets along with many historical buildings.
Another great way to take in some of Canterbury's history and culture would be with a boat trip along the River Stour. You will be able to appreciate Canterbury's finest and historical architecture from a completely different view point.
Descend 100 years with each step or by lift to the Roman street level. Stroll through the marketplace, look inside recreated Roman rooms, and discover amazing finds including a hoard of hidden treasure.
See how little has changed since Roman times when viewing rare tools, or how much could be made of simple items like bones. Be amazed by collections of intricate Roman glass flasks and bottles, jewellery and a silver spoon hoard. Handle, sort and classify real Roman pottery fragments and other objects relating to Roman everyday life. The impressive pillared entrance is in Butchery Lane and is just 5 minutes from The Falstaff.
Canterbury Guided Tours provide entertaining and enjoyable tours for visitors to the city of Canterbury. Whether you are organising a group trip for schools, in English or other languages or if you are a family on holiday, our tours represent a great way to see the sights and learn some history too!