Can’t miss a Canterbury Visit: As the seat of the head cleric of the Church of England; the town where Thomas a Becket was killed by the king’s men; Chaucer and Marlow; the ancient walls and houses, the towering cathedral and fast running River Stour – Canterbury is a perfect destination for a day visit. So you can’t miss a Canterbury visit.
It has a compact centre. Arguably Canterbury has some of the best shopping in Kent. Plus it is so well arranged for coach groups. Plenty of cafes and pubs as well to refill flagging energy levels. Canterbury certainly deserves a place on your ‘to visit’ list
Lilford Gallery, in the heart of the King’s Mile shopping area, exhibits contemporary fine art from national and international artists as well as works from new and exciting talent.
The Sidney Cooper Gallery is a contemporary arts space located on the main street in Canterbury. In the main, the programme consists of a dynamic mix of exhibitions and events. For instance it showcases works by international artists and graduating students from Canterbury Christ Church University.
Gallery 64a is based at the southern end of Oxford Street in Whitstable. The gallery hosts both group and solo exhibitions of local and international artists. However, every month new shows exhibited. So come and visit in the Artistic Quarter of Oxford Street and take the opportunity to view and buy original artwork