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The Canterbury Tales

(Brought to you by Continuum Attractions)
 

The Canterbury Tales is an award winning attraction based in the centre of Canterbury. It provides an excellent introduction to the historic Cathedral City and its famous literary connection- Geoffrey Chaucer.  A hugely entertaining and enjoyable experience for the whole family!

Your pilgrimage from London to Canterbury places you in the midst of a story-telling contest, as five of Geoffrey Chaucer’s most entertaining tales of love, romance, jealousy and trickery are brought vividly to life. Set inside the former St Margaret’s Church, this stunning reconstruction of 14th century medieval England provides the backdrop for a journey of discovery as you experience the sights, sounds and smells of a bygone era.

 

Admission:
2FOR1 on the following door prices:
Adult £9.75
Child (5-15 Years) £7.50
Senior Citizen £8.50
Student (with proof of identity) £8.50
 
Not valid on Family Tickets, in conjunction with any other promotion or at special events
 
Opening Times:

Open Daily 10am-4.30pm (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)

Getting There

Nearest Stations
Canterbury East
Directions: Cross over the footbridge. Turn left down steps and right into Castle Row. Follow the road round and turn right into Castle Street. Continue to the end & cross straight across into St. Margaret’s Street by “Three Tuns” pub. The Canterbury Tales is on the left opposite HMV.
 
Canterbury West
Directions: Turn right out of station into Station Road West. Turn left at the end of the street into St. Dunstan’s. Continue straight on for about 5-10 minutes, passing through the West Gate, into St. Peter’s Street and on into The High Street. St. Margaret’s Street is on the right hand side just past Nason’s Department store. The Canterbury Tales is on the right opposite HMV.
 
Location:
31 St Margaret’s Street
Canterbury
Kent
CT1 2TG
 
Phone number: 01227 479227

Website: www.canterburytales.org.uk

Disabled Access

Please call ahead to advise you will need assisted access on 01227 454888

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