Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction (Canterbury) Reviews
Description:St. Margaret's Street, Canterbury. Tel: 01227 479227. Open: All year: 10.00-17.00 except July & August: 09.3 ... more
Newest Review: ... indeed, could find yourself alone in the Canterbury Tales – definitely the best time of year to visit, and is when I usually go – sometimes at Christmas you might get a free glass of mulled wine afterwards. In the summer however i t’s the opposite – long queues into the street, with many ... more
Customer Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction (Canterbury) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/07/01, updated on 18/07/01 (Very useful, 430 readings)
I am almost certain that those of you reading this will have heard of Geoffrey Chaucer, the author of the well known Canterbury Tales. These are a collection of stories told by a fictional group of pilgrims, on their way to Canterbury in the fourteenth century to visit the shrine of Thomas Becket. Becket of course was the Archbishop of Canterbury, who had been murdered in Canterbury Cathedral at the end of the twelfth century, for standing up for the rights of Church. Though if you ask me, and I studied this a couple of years ago, it was sheer bloody-mindedness which led to his death. Nonetheless, pilgrims immediately flocked to Canterbury in huge numbers after his ... Read the complete review
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