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Titchfield Abbey, Fareham

(3.9/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
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  • Great for picnics on a sunny day, but there is not much to do here. Free entry last time we visited. Expect to spend 30 mins here. 
  • Visited here with my girlfriends parents, easy access wheelchair accessible. No parking outside as on a main road. Great for picnics and families for kids to explore ruins. 
  • I have lived in this area for some 45 years and I am sorry to say that this is the first time that I have stepped foot in Titchfield Abbey. Maybe it was the time of year or maybe the family who insist...  more »
  • Photographic spot. Quiet and almost eerie. Occasionally spoiled by graffiti.
  • While away half an hour for free... Don't miss the concealed entrance - a wooden door built into the stone wall, directly opposite the pub.
  • My favourite location you can see and feel the history. Great for photography and video lots of pigeons nesting in the old stairwell turrets but all in all a great place to visit.
  • Fabulous ruined remains of abbey and historic country house with rich history. Visited by many reigning monarchs,Charles 1 arrested here,Henry V1 wed here,associations with Shakespeare,free to visit,not to be missed.
  • Interesting ruined Abbey. Worth a short visit.