Westgate Gardens, Canterbury

Westgate Gardens, Canterbury - Address, Phone Number

Address: St. Peter's Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2BQ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1227378100

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Westgate Gardens, Canterbury

Situated in the heart of the city, the Westgate Gardens are spread across an area of 11 acres. Have a fun filled family picnic in the morning or head over for a romantic stroll along the River Stour in the afternoon. The river is home to many ducks, swans and moorhens. Sit back and absorb the tranquil beauty of the garden and its wildlife. During summers, the garden proves to be an ideal setting for open air events and exhibitions.

Westgate Gardens Information

  • Don't forget to carry a picnic basket filled with goodies.

How To reach Westgate Gardens by Public Transport

  • Bus stop after Westgate Towers.
  • Bus stop opposite Queens Avenue.

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  • Beauty and Peace a few steps from the high street. Great playground for the kids as well right next to it. Could happily sit there looking at the water and enjoying the calm for hours. Just lovely

  • Beautiful gardens with a Riverside walk along the Stour. Great on a summer day, but lovely during Autumn and on crisp winter mornings. A real family favourite

  • Flowers are always stunning no matter what the season. You can sometimes forget that you are in the middle of a city here. A well kept garden.

  • Fantastic park. Right in the city, however if you go through it you can walk all the way to Chartham along the river. Very clean and tidy. I liked the herb section. There are lots of interesting signs to read about history and about the plants and wildlife.

  • Lovely place to relax and play with children. Nice any time of year. Beautiful trees and lovely flowers!

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