The first thing that comes to mind when you plan your visit to Canterbury must be the Cathedral – but cast your eyes further and you will find a host of unusual and different things to do. There are ghostly tours of Canterbury to join on Friday and Saturday nights – these are really entertaining and fun. During the day you can take a historic river tour along the River Stour and see some of Canterbury’s finest architecture and natural scenery from a completely new angle. If boating is your desire, why not take a chauffeured punt – with so much to see its a lovely way to spend an afternoon. For the energetic cycles can be hired a great way to discover the medeival city and its narrow winding streets. There is cricket to watch at the Kent County Cricket ground and many smaller historic churches which are not normally visited. Did you know that Canterbury has a Castle? – well it has its own Norman Castle remains. The museum of Canterbury also boasts a Rupert Bear Museum, not many people know that! So dont just visit the predictable tourist sites as there is so much more to discover on your stay in Canterbury.