The Canterbury Tales is turning 30 and to celebrate they want your visitor pictures.
One of Kent’s favourite attractions is appealing for your photos as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations. The team want to see your bum-bag selfie stick pictures from anytime in their 30 year history.
Some of the best images will feature on their website in a special online archive.
You can send your images in using the social media hashtag #canterburytales30 or alternatively email them to firstname.lastname@example.org the deadline for submissions is April 6.
The Canterbury Tales celebrates the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, the father of English Literature who is considered the be the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages. Their immersive environments even have authentic smells.
Lyndsay Ridley, General Manager of The Canterbury Tales said: “The Canterbury Tales has been a popular attraction in the city for three decades.
“As we celebrate this major milestone, we are appealing to the many thousands of visitors who have passed through our doors over the years to share any photos they have from their visits.
“We are asking people to look back through their photo albums and find their favourite photos from their visits to the attraction.
We first opened back in 1988 so I’m hoping we’ll get to see some great 80’s and 90’s fashions and haircuts.”