WESTGATE TOWERS MUSEUM REOPENS
Amazing views of the city from the top of Canterbury’s historic Westgate Towers Museum are once again on offer following its re-opening on Friday 4 May.
Canterbury City Council has re-opened the Westgate Towers Museum, continuing the work of local businessman and entrepreneur Charles Lambie following his death in January.
The museum is open every day between 10am and 5pm until September 2012. The City Gaol Café, which Mr Lambie created as part of his redevelopment of the building, is not included in the re-opening.
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The council has also created a special joint ticket offering entry to the Westgate Towers Museum, Canterbury Heritage Museum and Canterbury Roman Museum for £12.