St Mildred's Church, Church Lane (St Mildred)
St Mildred's Church, Church Lane (St Mildred), Canterbury, Kent CT1 2PP View on map
Grade I listed church, one of two in the city centre parish of Canterbury and one of only a handful of Anglo-Saxon churches surviving in Kent. It is of exceptional importance for the survival of Saxon walling reusing Roman fabric, indicating a large Saxon church, plus a wealth of medieval fabric of various dates, including medieval roofs and an early 16th-century chantry chapel with heating. It contains fine quality fittings including 15th- and 16th-century woodwork, 17th- and 18th-century wall monuments and stained glass by notable firms.
Tuesday: 1pm to 4pm; Wednesday: 9.30am to 11am; Friday: 10am to 12 noon. Open at other times during the summer months when church sitters are available.
- Is part of Ride and Stride
Located within the city walls, off Castle Street. Accessed from the A2 via Rheims Way. Canterbury East ½ mile. City centre bus routes are nearby.
Rosemary Lane public car park.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes