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All reviews wild flowers wildflower meadow the river lovely place to sit and relax quiet haven peaceful place the main high street sunny day free entry city centre worth a visit picnic hospital field monk pathway punts
There are services here on a Wednesday at 12.30pm and the building is sites amongst a small meadow from which are fine views of the cathedral in the city. There are two rooms downstairs that tell you about the building and it's Franciscan monks and...More
Franciscan monks founded the college and developed the grounds. The gardens are glorious.very well looked after. Billy Bunter , a story, went to Greyfriars school but I didn't find a link.
Staff are friendly and welcoming and knowledgeable.
A great place to hang out on a sunny day, with a historic feel. Very relaxing oasis in the centre of Canterbury for those who know it's there. Tranquility treat. Medieval dress optional :-) No children's play-park equipment so generally it's old-fashioned well behaved children...More
Beautiful little Chapel
Can be difficult to find but local canal boat tour easily directed us to it
Guide at door very informative and helpful
worth a visit - even has a jail inside !!
beautiful gardens around the area
Donations welcomed and...More
I happened upon this beautiful chapel during one of the many great Canterbury festivals last summer. Part of its charm is that it does seem quite accidental when you find it. Definitely worth seeing. It has a grea5 feel.
Only a short walk from the High Street, but walking through the entrance to The Gardens brings you into a tranquil area including meandering pathways, the chapel, plus the river running through. It is not difficult to imagine how it would have been at the...More