“One of the oldest medieval buildings in Canterbury, holding regular craft fairs and available for hire”
Conquest House is on Palace Street The Kings Mile one of the oldest medieval buildings in Canterbury and is famous for its association with the murderous intent of St Thomas Becketís killers in 1170 the royal wedding celebrations of Charles I, who married Henrietta Maria of France in Canterbury Cathedral in 1625. For over a thousand years this historic building and the previous building on this spot, the foundations of which go back to Roman times, has been a silent witness to Canterburyís history.
Conquest House Gallery covers three floors The gallery exhibits works by both local and international artists, representing classical to contemporary works. Exhibited artists demonstrate a dedication to skill, and have an intimate relationship with their medium whilst communicating a strong contextual narrative.
The Gallery is available for hire based on the above criteria.
A variety of fairs - Christmas, Medieval, Vegan and much more spread over three floors in the unique setting of a medieval building. Available for hire.
Regular life drawing classes and bespoke art classes i.e Chinese brush, oil painting, still life, landscape.
Scan it Scan the QR code to be taken to our page on the UKCraftFairs site.