Canterbury Cathedral

The Cathedral, founded in the 8th century was rebuilt in the 1070s following a fire, is part of a World Heritage site, that includes Augustine’s Abbey and St. Martin’s Church. The cathedral is one of Europe’s most popular pilgrimage centres, following the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170 within its walls. (Please note that the entrance price is not included in the quote as it is payable on the day).