Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury) Reviews
Description:Religious building. Located in the heart of Canterbury. Visit the website for further details. Visits office: ... more
Newest Review: ... away. I also love the way that as you walk around Canterbury, the cathedral seems to pop up from unexpected view points and this makes it all the more beautiful. Inside is so peaceful you would never believe that you were in the city centre. If you can I would definitely recommend trying to visit out of season. In the summer it is packed and you may even have to queue to get in which really ... more
Customer Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury) Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
As a Canterbury resident for the last four years, it is a true testament to what an awe inspiring building this is that I still get excited when I see it. I am in no way religious but I think the sheer size of the cathedral and the beauty of its architecture and surroundings means that even if you are not visiting for religious purposes you cannot fail to be blown away. I also love the way that as you walk around Canterbury, the cathedral seems to pop up from unexpected view points and this makes it all the more beautiful. Inside is so peaceful you would never believe that you were in the city centre. If you can I would definitely recommend trying to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/00, updated on 04/10/00 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Canterbury Cathedral has a huge amount of historically significant features... matched only by the huge amounts of visitors. There are enormous numbers of groups touring the cathedral, and often flouting the policy that only cathedral guides can lead tours. However, once you navigate your way around them, the cathedral is fascinating. It isn't the most beautiful cathedral I've visited (though by no means ugly!), but that is more than compensated for by its interest. I'd recommend visiting the cathedral after going to Canterbury Heritage Museum so that you have some sense of the timescale and significance of events which happened here. ... Read the complete review
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