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Getting to Canterbury Roman Museum

Kent’s only Roman Museum offers an exciting trip throughout history for adults and children alike. With ancient relics from the Iron Age through to the Second World War, the museum is full of stories from archaeologists, and features one of the UK’s only remaining in situ Roman mosaics.

Where is Canterbury Roman Museum?

Canterbury Roman Museum is located in Canterbury, Kent. Its official address is Canterbury Roman Museum, Butchery Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2JR.

How to get to Canterbury Roman Museum

Canterbury Roman Museum is accessible from Canterbury bus station where Stagecoach Express journeys start and finish. 

Why use the coach?

Canterbury is accessible on many Stagecoach South East Express routes. All of our tickets are significantly cheaper than off-peak rail tickets, with 1/3 off for those under 25, over 60 or in possession of a concessionary pass.

Booking with Stagecoach is simple – you can book in advance at Alternatively, you can pay on-board. All of our routes take contactless payments, including Apple Pay and Google Pay. 

Every one of our buses offers air conditioning, free WiFi, USB ports and plug points. Disabled passengers can book accessible seating in advance.


What’s on at Canterbury Roman Museum
Creative Activities at the Canterbury Roman Museum

Make your own Roman pendant, your own Roman character or even a mosaic. Ideal for families, these activities are free to children and just £1 for adults.


Where is the nearest bus stop?

All of our Canterbury routes terminate and depart from Canterbury Bus Station (bay D5). 15 coaches operate on Mondays to Fridays, and 14 on weekends.

How long does it take to get to Canterbury Roman Museum with Stagecoach?

On average, the Hempsted Valley to Canterbury route takes 40 minutes, while the Chatham route takes 1 hour 9 minutes, and the London route 2 hours 19 minutes. 

Is there a direct service to Canterbury Roman Museum?

Yes, all of our routes go directly to Canterbury Bus Station. You will not be required to change. 

What time is the first coach to Canterbury Roman Museum?

The first coach from Hempsted Valley leaves at 08:11. The first coach from Chatham Waterfront departs at 07:35. The first coach from North Greenwich station departs at 08:15.

What time is the last coach to Canterbury Roman Museum?

The last coach from Hempsted Valley leaves at 00:20am. The last coach from Chatham Waterfront departs at 23:59. The last coach from North Greenwich station departs at 23:10. 

If you have a question, either about Stagecoach or our South East Express service in particular, you're likely to find the answer over on our FAQs page. However, if you can't find what you need our friendly team are always on hand to help - feel free to contact the Stagecoach team if you need assistance prior, during or after your journey.