Fenced off with ugly wire fencing and no access to the interior. The visit Canterbury makes no mention of this and the staff in the visitor centre also neglected to tell me and had no information on it There are noticeboards around the site with information but without access they are slightly superfluous
Wire fenced off with no one working. Not sure why it is fenced off. Only one gate is opened so be prepared to walk around the castle and then your exit is locked, so you have to backtrack the way you came to get out. Not much to see here, just a 5 minute walk around and back. Located a... 更多
On the edge of the old city this is worth going to. Despite the ravages of time and people there is quite a lot of the keep there to see and enter with good information boards around.
Dont get me wrong, this is a tiny castle and will take you all of 5 minutes to walk round but it's free and the children love visiting.
Good historical information, but mostly in ruins. A small quiet park with the castle with informative planks. It can be a nice place to walk through but should not be the center of your visit
It was a freezing day but worth the walk along the city walks with a view of the Dane John Gardens. The ruins are amongst the most ancient in the UK dating back to the time of William the Conqueror around 1070. Worth a visit, won't take a long time.
When did you last view a castle for free? It doesn't happen often. This is a simple site with good descriptions on site boards and a nice visit for 15 to 20 minutes. Thanks Canterbury.