- Tuesday 2 January to Wednesday 28 February
- All day
- £1 per child in addition to the museum entry fee (kids go free with paying adults)
- Canterbury Roman Museum, 11A Butchery Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2JR
- 01227 862 162
For the Romans, the month of January carried a special significance. It’s believed that January gets its name from the two-faced god, Janus. Janus was seen as symbolically looking back at the old and ahead to the new, and this idea became tied to the concept of transition from one year to the next. Create your very own Janus New Year Card to see in 2018.
£1 per child in addition to the museum entry fee (kids go free with paying adults).
Location: Canterbury Roman Museum