Canterbury Cathedral, or formally known as the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury, is in Canterbury in Kent and is one of the most famed and ancient Christian structures to be found in England and still in use. It is the Archbishops cathedral and Justin Welby is the Archibishop of Canterbury at present. The cathedral was set up in 597 and a reconstruction took place in the 11th century during 1070 and 1077. Canterbury Cathedral has become one of the most significant pilgrimage regions in Europe following the murder of Archibishop Thomas Becket which occurred in 1170 in The Martyrdom. Miracles were thought to have taken place here and that was the main reason that is became one of the most significant pilgrim regions in Europe. 2020 is an extremely important year for the cathedral, marking the dual anniversary of Thomas Becket. Highlights of the tour include The Martyrdom, The Great Cloister and Chapter House, The Miracle Windows in Trinity Chapel, St. Augustine’s Chair and The tomb of the Black Prince. Take some time also to explore Kent, the Garden of England and the Cathedral Shop. The tour offers so much history, culture and heritage.