The Cathedral is the obvious starter. Other than this, you could consider:
2. The Canterbury Tales attraction is a kids-orientated medieval story-telling 'journey'.
3. You could take a trip on one of the river tours - short trips in a rowing boat, ducking under low bridges - kids might find that fun.
Thank you very much for putting it down in points and planning it, I was in quite a fix about where to get started on the trip.
Thanks again, really appreciate your help.
I loved them both, so whichever you choose will be great.
I'd say that Canterbury was livelier and much more touristic, while Winchester had a more relaxed feeling.
Canterbury is bigger and has a grander High Street, but in Winchester you can take a nice walk along the footpath by the water meadows to St. Cross hospital and visit Winchester college, which is quite 'Harry Potter'-esque (in a good way!).
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