Share your snaps of the Tales
Popular tourist attraction the Canterbury Tales celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and is appealing for visitors throughout the decades to send in pictures of themselves at the venue.
Based in St Margaret’s Street, vistors follow the famous pilgrims depicted in his book, the Canterbury Tales, as they travel from the Tabard Inn in London to the shrine of Thomas Becket at the cathedral. As they do so, they travel through various immersive experiences which seek to emulate the sights and sounds of their trip.
Lyndsay Ridley, general manager of the attraction, explained: “As we celebrate this major milestone, we are appealing to the many thousands of visitors who have passed through our doors over the years to share any photos they have from their visits.
“We are asking people to find their favourite photos from their visits to the attraction. We first opened back in 1988 so I’m hoping we’ll get to see some great fashions and haircuts from the 1980s and 90s.”
A selection of the best images will be displayed in an archive on the attraction’s website.
Visitors are encouraged to share their photographs via social media using the hashtag #canterburytales30. Alternatively, scanned photographs can be emailed to [email protected]terburytales.org.uk. The deadline for submissions is April 6.
Canterbury Tales want visitors to share photographs to help celebrate its 30th anniversary