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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Canterbury?

    The price for luggage storage in Canterbury starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Canterbury?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Canterbury.

  • Are there storage lockers in Canterbury?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Canterbury. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Canterbury.

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About Canterbury 

Canterbury is a cathedral city in Kent, England. Canterbury is a popular holiday destination due to its lengthy history and association with classic English literature, as well as its position near major transport hubs like Dover and London. Canterbury can be easily reached via train or along the M2 motorway from London.

Canterbury has been inhabited for thousands of years but became an essential part of England in the 7th century with the arrival of St Augustine. Evidence of Canterbury's long history can be seen throughout the city, in its array of ancient buildings, ruins, and monuments. Canterbury is well-known for Canterbury Cathedral, which serves as the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Canterbury is also famous for its association with Geoffrey Chaucer's 14th-century classic satire, The Canterbury Tales. 

Despite being a popular holiday destination, Canterbury has kept a lot of its charm and still has a small population compared to other cities in England, making it perfect for a peaceful getaway. 

Things to do in Canterbury 

Historic buildings and landmarks aren't the only things to see in Canterbury—there are also trendy shops, chic eateries, and family-friendly attractions. Once you've dropped your bags at a Canterbury luggage storage service, start your trip off right with some great local activities. 

  • Check out the latest trends at Whitefriars Shopping Centre. Whitefriars is home to dozens of shops and restaurants, including Primark, H&M, Zara, and more.
  • Chow down at one of Canterbury's many cafes and restaurants. Some of the city's most popular options include The Corner House, Oscar & Bentley's, and Azouma Restaurant.
  • Take a riverside stroll at the Westgate Gardens. These beautiful urban gardens run along the River Stour. Some of the highlights from the park include the Victorian Tower House and a 200-year-old plane tree. 
  • Prepare for a fright on the Canterbury Ghost Tour. This 90-minute tour will take you around some of the spookiest parts of the city. You'll learn plenty of facts from the humorous historian leading the tour. 
  • Discover exotic wildlife at Howletts Wild Animal Park. There are over 50 different species spread across this zoo, with many popular animals such as honey badgers, tigers, and western lowland gorillas. 

Transit Options in Canterbury

  • Canterbury bus service (Stagecoach)
  • Canterbury train services (Canterbury East, Canterbury West)
  • Taxi ranks (Canterbury Taxi, Cabline Taxis)

Luggage storage in Canterbury

Before planning a tour of Canterbury's historical museums and monuments, you may want to find a place to drop off your bags. Bounce has lots of luggage storage services in Canterbury, where you can leave your heavy bags before exploring this ancient city. These facilities are located at nearby stores, hotels, and dry cleaners, and can be booked online through the Bounce app. You can even cancel free of charge if you get delayed or have a change of plans.

Attractions and activities in Canterbury

  • Canterbury Cathedral: One of the biggest attractions in Canterbury is the Canterbury Cathedral. Canterbury Cathedral has been a place of worship since the 6th century and is one of England's grandest cathedrals. Canterbury Cathedral was established by St Augustine and became an important pilgrimage site in the 12th century after the murder of Thomas Becket. The cathedral has been rebuilt several times over the centuries, including in the 11th century, when a massive fire destroyed most of the original structure.
    Today, Canterbury Cathedral is a stunning Gothic-style cathedral, with many important Roman Catholic relics and monuments. Pilgrims come from across the world to see the shrine of Thomas Becket, known as Thomas Becket's Crown, and the place he was murdered, known as The Martyrdom.
    Another prominent sight within the cathedral is the Tomb of the Black Prince. This tomb contains Edward of Woodstock, son of King Edward III, who was a famous commander during the Hundred Years' War. Canterbury Cathedral is also well-known for its array of breathtaking stained glass windows. One of the best is known as "Adam delving" and dates back to medieval times. The cathedral asks that you avoid bringing large bags inside, so visit a canterbury luggage storage service before you visit. 
  • Beaney House of Art and Knowledge: The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge features an array of art and relics from around the world. The museum itself is a beautiful Tudor Revival-style building, dating back to the late 19th century. The Beaney House is well-known for its collection of works by local painter Thomas Sidney Cooper. Other interesting pieces of art you'll find within the Beaney House including a portrait of Geoffrey Chaucer dating back over 400 years, and paintings by famed Flemish artist Anthony Van Dyck.
    Besides artwork, the Beaney House is home to some incredible artifacts and exhibits. Some of the highlights of the museum's eclectic collection include a mummified cat from ancient Egypt, weaponry from 17th-century India, and over 500 taxidermied birds. 
  • St Augustine's Abbey: St Augustine's Abbey is one of the most visited historic sites in Canterbury. The original abbey dates back to the 6th century and was the burial site of many prominent Anglo Saxon figures, including King Ethelbert of Kent, and Theodore of Tarsus. Unfortunately, during the reign of Henry VIII, the monastery was dissolved, and eventually fell into disrepair and was dismantled.
    Visitors are welcome to roam around the abbey's remains, see the gravesites, and learn about its history. The abbey also has a museum and shop, where you can see artifacts recovered from the abbey, and pick up souvenirs from your trip.

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