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Discover the hidden secrets of Canterbury from the unique perspective offered by being aboard one of our vessels on the picturesque River Stour. The city's rich history is brought to life by our friendly, knowledgeable tour guides, and our many...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Ducking Stool, Kings Bridge | High Street, Canterbury CT1 2AT, England
All reviews boat trip captain matt low bridges ducking stool great trip different perspective minute trip our tour guide his knowledge enjoyable trip knew his stuff young man great fun excellent tour historical facts sense of humour history lesson
I don’t like but my son likes. It’s good story. But I think ticket too expensive. Along the way, nothing interesting. I expect to see beautiful things. But nothing interesting. I think this tour is suitable for older people and children.
Hunter was our guide and he did a fantastic job of story telling. The ride isn't very long but it's relaxing, pretty and informative. We we're staying in Dover at a B&B and our host suggest the canal tour, I concur .
So much history and so many interesting stories! Captain Rob did a great job answering all our questions and was also very entertaining! For any history buffs, this experience was incredible and definitely worth doing!
Of all the things I've done in Canterbury this tour was by far the best! I had been waiting to do this tour for awhile and am so glad I did. Henry was by far one of the best tour guides I have had in...More
We took this trip on a passing whim and glad we did. Our fellow shipmates were friendly and our Captain, Jack, was not only knowledgeable but great fun. Jack definitely needs a pay rise after all he is a poor impoverished student....he told us to...More
Our group really enjoyed the little trip. The host (Rob) was fun and entertaining.
We were lucky in that we had nice weather and it was a pretty time of year with colours of Autumnal season. Definitely not something for a rainy day!
The sky was drizzling but glad that we took the tour. Our captain is a student named Jordan if I remembered correctly. He was knowledgeable, informative and funny. He told us the history of the town and the buildings we passed. Gorgeous scenery and clean...More
Leaving from a the Weavers House right in the middle of this beautiful historic city, our guide was a gent called Hunter who was to my mind at least very reminiscient of a young Hugh Grant, (the Notting Hill version), who informed entertained and charmed...More