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St. Augustine's Abbey

St. Augustines Abbey Longport | Winter opening hours- only open Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm, Canterbury CT1 1PF, England
+44 1227 767345
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Day-Trip to Canterbury and Dover from London
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St. Augustines Abbey Longport | Winter opening hours- only open Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm, Canterbury CT1 1PF, England
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"english heritage"
in 36 reviews
"audio guide"
in 68 reviews
"virtual reality"
in 7 reviews
"small museum"
in 17 reviews
"royal palace"
in 4 reviews
"henry viii"
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"information boards"
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"extra information"
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"enjoy history"
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"a unesco world heritage site"
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"anglo saxon"
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"worthwhile visit"
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"interesting place"
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"sunny day"
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"own pace"
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"kings school"
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Just roins now but something you won’t see too often. An interesting museum first to give you the context then you head outside and walk through the ruins. Easy to locate, inexpensive, and worth a quick look.

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Went here with my sister who was visiting Canterbury. It is a peaceful place and would be good to take a picnic. You learn about some of the history of Canterbury in the small museum which you have to go though to visit the Abbey...More

Thank Mary F
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just on the outskirts of the city on the other side of the ringroad & down one side street. Great remains of the various mediaeval buildings, loverly garden surroundings. well worth a visit

Thank Andy W
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Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Saw this in our English Heritage book, so we thought we'd give it a look. So glad we did! The museum had lots to keep younger children engaged, and the virtual reality helped them understand the ruins. Ruins were interesting and peaceful. Really great way...More

Thank ShelStrel
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Reviewed 7 April 2018

Not only the museum is beautifully kept and really interesting, with virtual reality showing how the abbey was in the past, but also the gardens provide a peaceful oasis of green where you can walk your dog and have a great view of the Cathedral.

Thank Flaviana T
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

English Heritage have made a good job of the visitors centre here with interesting artifacts and even a virtual reality tour. The site itself doesn't have a huge amount to see but what is there is well signed so one can use imagination to fill...More

Thank Jill F
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Considered one of the most significant and ancient churches in England. On entry into the Abbey, you get a mini museum that gives an overview of the history of St. Augustine and the Abbey. Which give a good amount of background. As for the abbey...More

Thank macedonboy
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

The museum and ruins combine to make for a very enjoyable hour or two - a clearly-explained and informative timeline of the history of the site with lots of relics and artefacts puts you in the picture, then strolling around the grounds you can really...More

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Reviewed 22 January 2018

Visited St. Augustine's Abbey while in Canterbury for a pre Christmas visit. Loads of information on the site and artifacts in the entrance hall before you go through to the Abbey ruins so it's worth spending some time here before you go through. The ruins...More

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Reviewed 14 January 2018 via mobile

Interesting for a brief visit lots of history and some average ruins to be seen , good info boards around .

Thank Abi G
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enideros
21 April 2018|
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Response from ShelStrel | Reviewed this property |
For the tiles, there was a small semi-enclosed area near the crypt. I think there was a sort of table or alter in it? (Sorry, I can't remember what it was called.) The tiles were on the floor to the left, I believe. And... More
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Response from FelixStowe10 | Reviewed this property |
Yes unless you are an English Heritage member.
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Response from Cindy S | Reviewed this property |
Yes, dogs are allowed.
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