Canterbury Cathedral, located in the historic city of Canterbury, is a magnificent and iconic religious landmark. As one of the oldest and most significant Christian structures in England, the cathedral holds immense historical and architectural importance. Its stunning Gothic architecture, intricate stained glass windows, and soaring spires create a breathtaking sight. Visitors can explore the grand interior, including the nave, crypt, and chapels, and immerse themselves in the rich history and spiritual atmosphere. The cathedral’s profound religious significance is evident through its various chapels and the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket. A visit to Canterbury Cathedral offers a truly awe-inspiring and spiritual experience.
Sunday 12:30 - 14:30 (for worship only) and 14:30 - 17:30 (for visiting)