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Canterbury8www.canterbury.co.ukCanterbury Ghost TourAn entertaining blend of history,humour and haunting amongst the oldcity. As the shadows gather meet theghost hunter for a 75-minute tour ofthe spooky side of Canterbury. Discoverits lingering charm by night, safe in theknowledge that no harm will come toyou if you walk with him.Tel: 0845 5190 267Web: www.canterburyghosttour.comEmail:info@canterburyghosttour.comTel:07816 760 869Web:www.parkandpunt.co.ukEmail:punting@hotmail.co.ukCanterbury Historic River ToursThis multi-award winning tour providesa truly entertaining experience and isperfect for visitors of all ages. Startingfrom the Kings Bridge, by the OldWeavers House, you will discoverCanterbury from the unique perspectiveof the River Stour. Sit back and relax with the enjoyablehistoric commentary whilst you discoversome of Canterbury's finest and mostimportant architecture set againstoutstanding views of natural scenery.Tel: 07790 534 744Web:www.canterburyrivertours.co.ukEmail:info@canterburyrivertours.co.ukPunting CompanyEscape the busy pavements and layback on the cushions as you meanderdown the river and see the city as younever could on foot. Listen to historicCanterbury's rich and fascinating storyas you sip champagne and viewmedieval buildings, enjoying the peaceand tranquillity of one of Canterbury'smost popular visitor attractions. Whynot also try one of our haunted rivertours, or romantic river tours for two.Tel: 07786 332 666Web: www.canterburypunting.co.ukEmail: info@canterburypunting.co.ukWalking ToursEnjoy the only tour to combine afascinating 90-minute walk through thehistoric streets and around the Precincts ofthe world-famous Cathedral, all for £6.50or less. Tours are conducted byenthusiastic, knowledgeable andentertaining Green Badge Guides who canrespond personally to your questions andspecific interests. Regular tours departdaily from the Visitor Centre where ticketsare sold; pre-booking unnecessary. Pre-booked group tours at discounted rates areavailable all year in nine languages.Tel: 01227 459 779Web: www.canterbury-walks.co.ukEmail: guides@canterburytouristguides.co.ukCanterbury Audio ToursTake Canterbury's number 1 rated Tour (asper Trip Advisor October 2011). Explore Canterbury's sites with a selfguided audio tour of this historic city whichyou can take at your own pace and in yourown time with a 24 hour ticket. The Tourtakes you past 20 landmarks and points ofinterest. Visit the hidden gems oftenmissed as well as all the favouriteattractions. The audio tour ticket includesdiscounts to five of the City's attractionsand is available in eight languages. Theperfect tour of the city for all weathers.Tel: 01227 767 543Web: www.canterburyaudiotours.co.ukEmail:info@canterburyaudiotours.co.ukRiver Navigation CompanyEnjoy a relaxing river punt trip withcheerful qualified boatmen. Punts seatup to six people and depart fromWestgate Bridge. Meander throughtranquil gardens and countryside withan abundance of wildlife. Historic CityTrips are also available allowing you todiscover Canterbury's history andchanging skyline.

CanterburyKent County Cricket ClubOfficial histories register a Kent teamplaying in 1705, with the firstrecognised game between Kent andSussex in 1728 - Kent won! They nowplay in the national competition inthree different forms of the game -Four Day Championship, One Day 40Over matches and Twenty 20 games.Simply visit the website to find out ifthe match is on during your stay, or tobuy tickets. For as little as £10 perperson, for groups over 26, you canenjoy an action packed, 90 minutecricket experience. Tel: 01227 456 886Web: www.kentcricket.co.ukEmail:tourgroups.kent@ecb.co.ukDane John GardensThe city walls and an avenue of limetrees provide a sense of enclosure andescape from the busy road and bustlingshopping centre just a few yards away.There are excellent views over the cityfrom the top of the historic mound, aplay area for children and a bandstandfor concerts in the summer season.Kingsmead Leisure Centre Located just a short walk from thecentre of Canterbury, Kingsmead LeisureCentre is the leading leisure centre inthe district with three swimming pools,high diving pool, sports hall, a gym,several dance and fitness studios,treatment rooms, café, crèche and muchmore. Open to the public from 7am,seven days a week, 364 days a year.Day and week membership is available.Tel:01227 769 818Web: www.activelifeltd.co.ukwww.canterbury.co.uk9Westgate GardensThe 11 acres of public gardens providean ideal setting for a gentle stroll or tosit back, unwind and absorb the tranquilbeauty of the garden and its wildlife.The meandering River Stour providesthe perfect environment for swans,ducks and moorhens to settle and raisetheir young.