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Once again Medieval Canterbury Weekend brings eminent scholars and popular historians to Canterbury, a place of international significance in the Medieval world. Our series of talks and guided visits brought over a thousand people together to share their love of all things Medieval in 2016. Tickets for the 2018 events are on sale now! Read more...
Please Note: As in Medieval times Canterbury is an extremely busy city. If at all possible we recommend travelling to these events on public transport. If you do need to drive there is a useful park and ride scheme. Local car parks can be viewed on this map.
Find out more about Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2016
Find out more about Tudors and Stuarts History Weekend 2017
View the terms and conditions of ticket purchase
You need a valid ticket for the event that must be produced in order to attend. Risk assessments have been carried out for guided tours. Purchasing a ticket affirms taking personal responsibility, for your safety. Canterbury Christ Church University, nor those leading the tours can be held responsible for any injury. Venue management reserve the right to refuse admission. Please don’t be offended if the venue manager asks to look in your bag – to ensure everyone’s safety there may have to be occasional searches. Only if the event is cancelled will we refund your ticket. Reselling this ticket for profit or commercial gain makes it void. We are not obliged to refund your money or exchange tickets if the event is altered at short notice. If anything hinders your enjoyment you should complain to the Management promptly. If you have any objection to being recorded or filmed please contact the Management. We cannot be held responsible if your personal property is lost or damaged. The unauthorised use of any visual or audio recording equipment is strictly forbidden. Certain venues have additional terms and conditions and these also apply.
Tel: 01227 782994
Email: Arts & Culture
Postcode: CT1 1PL
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Admissions Enquiry Team: +44 (0)1227 782900
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