Gates reopen to popular medieval story garden

by Lauren Abbott

A Kent attraction is reopening the gates to its picturesque medieval story garden just in time for the Easter break.

Living history can be found behind the walls of The Canterbury Tales from Friday, March 30.

The garden has become a place where medieval stories are told, medicine is made, maypole dancing is carried out and lessons from Knight School are handed down.

Beautiful setting for a Medieval Story Garden

Its range of fun activities are ideal for keeping young visitors entertained.

Entry to the Medieval Story Garden is included in The Canterbury Tales standard admission price.

Learning to leap in knight school

And all Story Garden activities are available daily between Friday, March 30 and Sunday, April 15 from 11am to 3pm. It will then open again for more family fun during the summer holidays in July and August.

The Canterbury Tales can be found in Margaret Street Canterbury. Admission is £10.95 for adults and £8.95 for children. To book tickets or for further details visit the website

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