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Titchfield Abbey, Fareham

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  • If you are in the area, spare an hour for Titchfield Abbey. Picturesque, full of history, and It's free!! Wander around the ruins, and then head across the road to the old pub opposite. They have a be...  more »
  • Worth a visit for an hour to look around the grounds and take in this lovely medieval abbey. entry is free and there is some parking. Worth popping across tot he pub across the road too, but expect it...  more »
  • We visited the Abbey today at the end of a weekend away in this area. What a wonderfully atmospheric place. Although ruins enough remains in good condition to allow the imagination to spark. We spent ...  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.