at our Open Days
Follow the scenic route around campus and surrounding areas. And why not try some of the activities on the way?
The Kent Community Oasis Garden is a growing space for students, staff, and the local community, in partnership with East Kent Mind.View activities
The Crab and Winkle Way footpath connects Canterbury and Whitstable and is perfect for a walk or bike ride.View activities
Beverly Farmhouse Pond is one of the seven ponds located on campus. It is located north of the old Beverly Farm buildings on the Keynes/Beverly Farm slopes, north of University Road.
Located next to Keynes College and the Keynes bus stop, watch the ducks as they swim in the pond.View Activities
The Upper Eliot pond is one of six actively managed ponds on campus, located next to the Bluebell Woods.View activities
Make your way to the Lower Eliot Pond, where Great Crested Newts live, and occasional Common Frogs.View activities
To the south of campus, you will find evidence of what used to be an old orchard. Kent is traditionally known as ‘The Garden of England’ because of its abundance of orchards and it still remains the county of orchards and hops gardens.View Activities
The Southern Slopes Overlook is one of the nicest views on campus overlooking Canterbury Cathedral, so take a break from the route, have a seat, and surround yourself with greenery at this scenic route!View Activities
The Darwin Rose Garden is located at Darwin College, which was named after the famous naturalist Charles Darwin.View activities
Kent Wildlife Trust and Wildwood Trust have partnered up to show how European bison can provide a sustainable solution to woodland management in southeast England.
Check out the Mural on campus!View Activities
Also known as Tyler Hill tunnel, this side of the tunnel can be found near the cycle path at the University, close to Giles Lane car park. It was the first purpose-built railway tunnel in Great Britain.View activities
Between Giles Lane's car park and the sports pavilion, you will find the Brotherhood Woods.View activities
The pockets of Ancient woodland on campus are remnants of when the Ancient Woodlands of Blean used to stretch across campus.View Activities
Take a break at the Willow Pod, located next to Jennison Pond, and unwind to a meditation exercise.View activities
And finally on the route, is Park Wood, which is roughly 10 minutes from the main campus. Surrounded by trees and wildlife.View Activities