Canterbury Cathedral has a tradition of visitor welcome that reaches back to the days of medieval pilgrimage. We continue this tradition today, and look forward to welcoming you.
The Cathedral is very much part of the local community. It is used regularly for local, regional and/or national services and events. Therefore at times some or all of it may be closed for general visiting.read more »
The Cathedral offers a wide range of facilities to ensure that each visitor may enjoy its rich history and stunning architecture.read more »
We could have made this into ‘Our Top 100’ as the Cathedral and grounds are huge and there is so much to see and enjoy. However, if you have limited time, here are some of the places which we think are particularly beautiful or have played a special part in the Cathedral’s history.read more »
There is so much to see, learn and enjoy, that you will need days to explore it all. Here are some well-known and lesser-known facts about Canterbury Cathedral.read more »
Using a ‘flying camera’, local production company Eagle Video has produced stunning footage of historic Canterbury and the Cathedral.read more »
Our virtual tour will give you a glance of Canterbury Cathedral's stunning architecture, beautiful early medieval stained glass, soaring arches and fan vaulted ceilings.read more »
“Canterbury’s past is as rich as it comes” says the latest Lonely Planet guide to Britain. Its world-famous cathedral city was one of medieval Europe’s great places of pilgrimage and learning.read more »