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Titchfield Abbey, Fareham

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  • This is a local attraction for us and we came here with our Australian cousin while she was staying with us to show her a bit of local history. We visit the Abbey from time to time and it always has a...  more »
  • Visited for the first time today, having had no idea that this was on my doorstep (thanks TripAdvisor). Ruins of a 13th century abbey which provide a great chillout and picnic spot whilst honing your ...  more »
  • An amazing castle with a lot of history. A lovely pub opposite and a lot of parking. Something that must have been a wonder when it was built.  more »
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  • Wonderfull place, easy to find, adequate parking, fully enclosed except the access so makes a nice place to run your dog. My beagle loves it here, especially playing hide and seek through the ruins. Historically interesting and well presented by England's Heritage, but free access to all.
  • lovely ruins with a lot of open space. Not too busy when we visited on the weekend. This place has a small open car park, you can enter the car park via a 'hole in the wall'. The ruins have some interesting plaques set up that contain information about the property. There was a dog off lead there when we visited (which is not allowed) but with so much space, no one cared). It's fairly flat, but you do travel over grass/wooden beams in order to visit the property. This place would not be suitable in heavy rain. There is also a garden centre nearby with a Koi pond where kids can feed fish and plenty of pubs around to make it an interesting outing.
  • An impressive ruin, free to visit, just drive in through the archway in the wall (which isn't obvious and poorly signposted unless you know what you're looking for).
  • Nice place to visit. Attracts a lot of crowd
  • Lovely quiet spot and historic building.

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