THE WESTGATE, CANTERBURY
The medieval gatehouse guarding the entrance to Canterbury city - on its west side - England’s largest surviving example of its kind was built in 1380, to guard the road into Canterbury. Also a prison for 416 years, its cells were in its two drum towers and its battlements offer views over the city. You can visit the gatehouse in Pound Lane on Saturday, September 8 between 11am and 4pm and Saturday, September 15, also between 11am and 4pm for free. No booking is required.