All you need to know when booking to visit ‘Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art with Seven Stories’ exhibition at The Beaney this February.


Please make sure you check your tickets on purchase as mistakes cannot always be rectified. All tickets are issued subject to our terms and conditions. Tickets cannot be cancelled, resold, exchanged, refunded or transferred. To do so or to alter or deface any ticket will render it void.

Sessions start on the hour and you will have up to 2 hours to enjoy the exhibition. You may arrive after your session time has started but in order for us to manage the number of visitors to the gallery your ticket will only be valid for your time slot. Unfortunately if you arrive very late or miss your session, we are not able to refund your ticket or assign you another time slot.

If you have pre-booked, please head straight to the Visitor Information Desk on arrival on the Ground Floor, where you will need to have your ticket scanned to collect your entry wristband. If you are unable to print your ticket, you can download it and we can scan it from your smartphone.

The Special Exhibition Gallery is for ticket holders only. Visitors without a valid ticket will not be allowed in this area.

Tickets are also available to buy on the day from our Visitor Information Desk, however this is subject to availability and booking in advance online is highly recommended.

Refunds & Exchanges

Sessions are non-transferable and non-refundable. No refunds will be issued unless in exceptional circumstances.

Minimum Age/Adult Supervision

All ages are welcome to the exhibition. Any children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult or by a child over 16 years old. A minimum of 1 adult is required to every 5 children under 7 years old.

Right of Entry

Staff reserve the right, at their sole discretion, to refuse admission or remove from the premises anyone without a ticket or not abiding by the terms and conditions. Our staff our entitled to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of all visitors. For health and safety reasons, smoking, eating and drinking is prohibited whilst visiting the exhibition. Flash photography is prohibited in the gallery. Photography without flash is allowed in the designated areas of the exhibition.

Personal Belongings

We ask that you keep all personal belongings with you at all times during your visit. Canterbury Museums and Galleries will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to your belongings whilst visiting.

Wheelchair Users

The exhibition is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

Carers and personal assistants

If you require a carer or personal assistant to accompany you to the exhibition, a free ticket for them can booked online. Please bring relevant documentation with you on the day (such as a carers card). You can contact if you need further information.