Beaney House of Art & Knowledge
A 'place of hospitality' for pilgrims, soldiers and the elderly since 1180, Eastbridge Hospital of St Thomas the Martyr is the last of...
Canterbury Historic River Tours
Knowledgeable guides double up as energetic oarsmen on these fascinating River Stour mini cruises, which depart from behind the Old...
Canterbury Guided Tours
Guided walking tours leave from opposite the Cathedral entrance. Buy tickets at the tourist office.
A classic English pub with a garden's worth of hops hanging from its timber frame, Thomas Becket has several quality ales to sample and...
This hip eatery in a prime spot on the main drag is extraordinarily popular and you'd be lucky to get a table on busy shopping days. The...
Beaney House of Art & Knowledge information
Lonely Planet review
This mock-Tudor edifice is the grandest on the main shopping thoroughfare, if not the most authentic. Formerly called the Royal Museum & Art Gallery, it has housed Canterbury's main library, a museum and an art gallery since 1899 - it's current name is in honour of the 19th-century benefactor who funded the original building. In addition to the city's main library and the tourist office, the mixed bag of museum exhibitions is worth half an hour between the main sights.
There's also a good cafe and interesting temporary exhibitions (for which admission is sometimes charged).