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60ft high, western gate of the city wall. Largest surviving city gate in England.
Situated, as its name suggests, at the westernmost point of the old city's boundary, Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint is housed in the country's largest surviving medieval gatehouse. Built in 1380, the Westgate was one of seven such structures built to defend the access points into the city…
The Westgate is a medieval gatehouse in Canterbury, Kent, England. This 60-foot high western gate of the city wall is the largest surviving city gate in England. Built of Kentish ragstone around 1379, it is the last survivor of Canterbury's seven medieval gates, still well-preserved and one of the…
England's largest preserved city gateway, built in 1380 and used for many years as the city prison. You can see the prison cells in The Pound- trendy latest addition to Canterbury's night scene.
The towers is full of history and has been turned into a cocktail bar. The towers are also a museum make sure you get a trip to the top so you can view the amazing city!
Gateway to the walls. Also museum ,etc. Westgate gardens across the road, beautiful walk (or cycle) along the river, passes a great children's playground.
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