The Southeast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southeast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Brighton 11

Rye 10

Canterbury 10

Guildford 7

Chichester 6

Rochester 4

Royal Tunbridge Wells 4

Lewes 4

Hastings 4

Battle 3

Dover 3

Sissinghurst Castle Garden 2

Deal 2

Broadstairs 2

Burwash 1

Leeds Castle 1

Ightham Mote 1

Knole 1

Chartwell 1

Hever Castle 1

Penshurst Place 1

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Beaney House of Art and Knowledge

  • Museum/Gallery

This excellent museum contains a small but impressive collection of art and artifacts relating to Kentish rural life. Permanent galleries...

Buttermarket

  • Neighborhood/Street

Mercery Lane, with its medieval-style cottages and massive, overhanging timber roofs, runs off High Street and ends in the tiny Buttermarket...

Canterbury Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The focal point of the city was the first of England's great Norman cathedrals. Nucleus of worldwide Anglicanism, the Cathedral Church...

Canterbury Heritage Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The medieval Poor Priests' Hospital is the site of this quirky local museum, where exhibits provide an overview of the city's history...

Canterbury Roman Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Below ground, at the level of the remnants of Roman Canterbury, this museum features colorful mosaic Roman pavement and a hypocaust—the...

Christchurch Gate

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This immense gate, built in 1517, leads into the cathedral close. As you pass through, look up at the sculpted heads of two young figures:...

Eastbridge Hospital of St. Thomas

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The 12th-century building (which would now be called a hostel) lodged pilgrims who came to pray at the tomb of Thomas Becket. It's a...

Medieval City Walls

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

For an essential Canterbury experience, follow the circuit of the 13th- and 14th-century walls, built on the line of the Roman walls.

St. Augustine's Abbey

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

One of the oldest monastic sites in the country, this was the burial place of Augustine, the first archibishop of Canterbury, in around...

The Canterbury Tales

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Take an audiovisual tour of the sights and sounds (and smells) of 14th-century England at this cheesy but popular attraction. You'll...

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