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Greyfriars Chapel and Franciscan Gardens

Stour Street, Canterbury CT1 2BD, England
+44 1227 471688
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45-Minute Punting Tour in Canterbury
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Stour Street, Canterbury CT1 2BD, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Was lucky to visit a few days before the winter closure. Gorgeous surroundings and a oasis of peace in bustling Canterbury. The chapel was open and the visit free. Shame it closes from October onwards for the winter.

Thank Becsp1234
Reviewed 1 week ago

you are going to probably have to look a little hard for this one but a charming and historic location

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Hidden away down a path is one of the oldest buildings in Canterbury. Located by the river, whilst only small represents a key factor of Canterbury as it has developed through to today. Free to see and of great historical value.

Thank Davidctc
Reviewed 6 September 2017

On my trip to Canterbury, I stumbled across Greyfriars Gardens. It's just a few minutes' walk from the city centre where you can see punting on the river.

Thank tentgirl
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Set in a field of wild flowers this ancient building is very impressive and it was worth going even though the day we chose it was closed. I am intrigued enough to pay another visit.

Thank darnoc2511
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Fascinating chapel ~ 13th century and the first in England of the Franciscans. Interesting building, with informative displays. The prison was spooky, with original old graffiti. The gardens were extremely peaceful and quiet [as they are supposed to be]. This part of Canterbury fascinating historically...More

Thank _chrisdavies61
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Not the easiest of places to find if coming from the East station. Had to ask quite a few people before we stumbled across it.one hint:- DO NOT TURN LEFT AT THE CYCLE SHOP. That will NOT bring you into it, although it indicates you...More

Thank Margaret Mary O
Reviewed 5 June 2017

Set off the beaten track these gardens are quiet and quaint. Nice to be able to watch the water going under the buildings. Few flower borders to look at and plenty of space to sit and chill out. Entrance was hard to find as gate...More

Thank BargeeGirl
Reviewed 26 May 2017

This is the coolest place to see! The chapel and gardens are quaint and beautiful - a nice place to relax and take in the ambience!

Thank Coreen D
Reviewed 7 May 2017

The church, which lies next to the garden. Unfortunately, I failed find entrance that could come a little closer

Thank Dejan T
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