St. Martin's is said to be England's oldest church in continuous use. It's located off a fairly busy road in Canterbury, but the church yard itself is quiet and secluded, and seems more like a country church than a big-city church. It is not far from the ruins of St. Augustine's Abbey. The church is definitely not a ruin, but we were only able to see it from the outside due to the lateness of our arrival, Signage was minimal, so we were not able to learn much about the various architectural components of the church. At the time we visited, there was a large group of teenagers inhaling nitrous oxide in the church yard, so that sort cast a pall over an otherwise tranquil visit.