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Canterbury and nearby Herne Bay are picturesque getaways for every hen party with that extra sense of occasion. Explore interesting history, pay a visit...

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o the shrine of Thomas Becket, or just to grab a bite to eat, drink and party. Beyond the charms of the heritage city, you'll find rugged coastline, the traditional seaside resort of Herne Bay and yet more fascinating history so come on, pilgrim, get travelling. But please don't let the sleepy, laid-back atmosphere in the daytime fool you, Canterbury knows how to party. Keep it Kent for a unique and hilarious stag night!


If you are visiting somewhere new with a night out planned it is a fantastic way of getting to know the area as it takes you past alot of local attractions and places of interest. With rotating exhibitions, talks and workshops, Sidney-Cooper Gallery allows you to really experience art and the Lilford Gallery showcases national and international contemporary fine art. For independent cinema and cutting-edge theatre the University of Kent's Gulbenkian is the place to head. The Marlowe Theatre delivers the biggest and best plays, operas, ballets and bands, whilst nurturing new talent. Famous for: Canterbury is a UNESCO city with The Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, The Norman Castle, The Kings School ' The oldest school in England. Go back to the middle ages as you visit The Canterbury Tales Museum or Roman Moseque Museum. Take a trip down the river or wander through gorgeous gardens, along the ancient city walls and the cobbled streets among medieval buildings and tudor houses.

Details on travelling in Canterbury:

Canterbury is easily accessible from London by following the M2 South and East until it meets with the A2, linking Canterbury with Chatham, Gillingham and Sittingbourne to the north, and the port of Dover to the south. Another regional arterial road, the A28 travels eastwards to Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate and westwards to Ashford this is the site of the Eurostar station for rail links to France, Belgium and the continent. Canterbury is accessible via the two train stations: Canterbury East and Canterbury West. They are a short 8 min and 4 min walks from the city centre by foot.

Hen ideas:

Canterbury has a lot to offer to our stags and hens. With the vibrant night life and huge selections of pubs and nightclubs. The Parrot on Church Lane is the oldest pubs in the country, as is The Old Butter Market with its extensive range of ales and lagers. The Loft on Saint. Margaret's Street offers classy cocktails in a trendy, young professional environment. If this is not enough then there will be a Canterbury tale or two coming from the adrenaline soaked action at phenomenal Go Ballistic Canterbury venue! With over 40 acres of woodland terrains to obtain you will have enough opportunity to be a sneaky paintballer. A fantastic venue with the most modern facilities and equipment!


One thing Canterbury is not short of is pubs. There are over 30 pubs and bars within the city walls, plus two clubs and a few music-oriented venues to choose from in Canterbury city centre. Just a few of the drinking holes in the city centre include The Parrot, Dolphin, Cherry Tree, Thomas Becket, Bishops Finger, Bell and Crown, Penny Theatre (very student-friendly), Millers Arms, Beer Cart Arms, Cricketers, Seven Stars, Lady Luck and the Blind Dog. There are two nightclubs to choose from in Canterbury: Chill and Club Chemistry. Alberrys is a smaller venue, with a club feel. This is juts perfect for hen parties.


The Canterbury district offers you so much to see and do during your stay, with a great variety of attractions and both indoor and outdoor activities to suit all needs and interests. With a cathedral city at its heart, Canterbury's surrounding countryside dips and sweeps through river valleys, woods and hills to the seaside towns of Herne Bay and Whitstable. History: The middle of English Christianity since before 597 AD when Pope St Augustine did alot of serious reconverting, Canterbury is full of fascinating history. Between St Martin's Church , St Augustine's Abbey and the Cathedral where Thomas Becket was gruesomely murdered back in 1170, there's plenty of past to delve into. If you want to go even further back in time then head to the Roman Museum .

Food/ Restuarants:

Canterbury is Kent's culinary capital. With restaurants serving the best grub from across the globe including Morocco, Thailand, and Spain but also inspirational local produce like Whitstable oysters on offer, it's a tasty prospect. For seasonal produce bursting with flavour visit the Goods Shed restaurant followed by the surrounding farmer's market.

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