Explore the rich tapestry of Canterbury’s history and culture on this immersive 90-minute private walking tour. Led by a local guide, you’ll stroll through the city’s storied streets, witnessing iconic landmarks such as the Beaney House of Art & Knowledge, the Statue of Geoffrey Chaucer, and the historic Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint. Delve into Canterbury’s literary heritage in front of the Marlowe Theatre, admire the intricate carvings of Christ Church Gate, and learn about the city’s Roman past in front of the Canterbury Roman Museum. Pass by the serene St. Thomas’ of Canterbury RC Church and witness Saint George’s Tower, concluding your tour in front of this iconic landmark.

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  • Discover the literary legacy of Geoffrey Chaucer at his iconic statue
  • Enjoy sightseeing some of the most valued attractions of Canterbury
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural scene


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

90 minutes
  • 1

    The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge

    The Beaney is a cultural hub in Canterbury, housing a diverse collection of art and artifacts alongside a library and exhibition spaces. Its striking architecture blends historic charm with modern functionality. (Outside visit)

  • 2

    Statue of Geoffrey Chaucer

    The statue commemorates the renowned medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer, author of "The Canterbury Tales," standing as a tribute to his literary legacy and connection to the city. Positioned in the heart of Canterbury, it serves as a focal point for literary enthusiasts and history buffs alike.

  • 3

    Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint

    The Westgate Towers, dating back to the 14th century, now house a museum offering insights into Canterbury's military and civic history. (Outside visit)

  • 4

    The Marlowe Theatre

    As Canterbury's premier performing arts venue, The Marlowe Theatre hosts a wide array of theatrical productions, concerts, and events throughout the year. Its modern facilities and dynamic programming make it a cultural hotspot in Canterbury. (Outside visit)

  • 5

    Christ Church Gate

    Christ Church Gate is a historic entrance to Canterbury Cathedral, adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures depicting biblical scenes and saints. (Outside visit)

  • 6

    Canterbury Roman Museum

    Situated beneath the streets of Canterbury, the Roman Museum showcases artifacts and remains from the city's Roman past, including mosaics, pottery, and tools. (Outside visit)

  • 7

    St. Thomas' of Canterbury RC Church

    Thomas' Church is a Catholic parish church dedicated to St. Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury martyred in the 12th century. (Outside visit)

  • 8

    Saint George's Tower

    Saint George's Tower is part of the city's medieval fortifications, offering visitors a glimpse into Canterbury's military history. (Outside visit)

Meeting Point

In front of The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge
18 High St, Canterbury CT1 2RA, UK) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.