How to Find Us

Canterbury is easily accessible by road or rail...

The Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction
St Margaret’s Street,
Canterbury, Kent CT1 2TG
Tel: 01227 696002
Email: info@canterburytales.org.uk

  • Find us by car...

    From Dover and Folkestone

    Approach via A2 London bound. Take A2050, signposted Canterbury.

    Closest Car Parks:

    • New Dover Road Park & Ride – CT1 3EJ (Long Stay),
    • Holman’s Meadow – CT1 3JB (Long Stay)
    • Whitefriars – CT1 2TF (Short Stay)
    • Watling Street – CT1 2UD (Short Stay).

     

    From Faversham and London

    Approach via M2, A2. Take A2050, signposted Canterbury.

    Closest Car Parks:

    • Wincheap Park & Ride – CT1 3TY (Long Stay)
    • Rosemary Lane – CT1 2PN (Long Stay)
    • Castle Street – CT1 2QD (Short Stay)
    • Castle Row – CT1 2PT (Short Stay).

     

    From Ashford

    Approach via M2, A2. Take A2050, signposted Canterbury. #

    Closest Car Parks:

    • Wincheap Park & Ride – CT1 3TY (Long Stay)
    • Rosemary Lane – CT1 2PN (Long Stay)
    • Castle Street – CT1 2QD (Short Stay)
    • Castle Row – CT1 2PT (Short Stay).

    From Ramsgate, Herne Bay and Thanet

    Approach via A28.

    Closest Car Parks:

    • Sturry Road Park & Ride – CT1 1AD (Long Stay)
    • Queningate – CT1 2HU (Short Stay)
    • Whitefriars – CT1 2TF (Short Stay)
    • Watling Street – CT1 2UD (Short Stay).

     

    For more information on parking in Canterbury, please visit the Canterbury City Council information page.

  • Find us by rail...

    From Canterbury East Rail Station

    Cross over the footbridge. Turn left down steps and right into Castle Row. Follow the road round and turn right into Castle Street. Continue to the end & cross straight across into St. Margaret’s Street by “Three Tuns” pub. The Canterbury Tales is on the left opposite HMV.

    From Canterbury West Rail Station

    Turn right out of station into Station Road West. Turn left at the end of the street into St. Dunstan’s. Continue straight on for about 5-10 minutes, passing through the West Gate, into St. Peter’s Street and on into The High Street. St. Margaret’s Street is on the right hand side just past Nason’s Department store. The Canterbury Tales is on the right opposite HMV.