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Lacock Abbey, Lacock

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  • A wet day but enjoyable trip around this National Trust property and village. Helpful staff, good exhibitions and Harry Potter stuff there. Interesting start of photography display.  more »
  • Amazing day out with exploring the Abbey and all of the grounds! Really interesting to find this is where photography first started! If you are near here or are a member or the national trust come and...  more »
  • We came to see this with friends who are locals. An NT Abbey trashed by Henry 8th and converted to a palatial house. The real interest is that photogaphy was invented here! Lovely cloisters still here...  more »
  • Interesting place, friendly guides, lots to do and see, beautiful surroundings and walks. Love anything historical and it also has a more recent claim to fame in being used for the filming of Harry Potter and The Hollow Crown.
  • Nice day out, loads of different stuff going down, NT have the International Underwater Photography Competition results on display as well as costumes from BBC period dramas. The village green was full of WWII re-enactors, some of them were quite scary. and I just love the village because I recognise it from all of the TV programmes and films that have been set there
  • Lovely location for a day trip. Has 3 aspects: the gardens, the house/abbey and the photography museum. All are worth a visit.
  • There is always lots to do here. Dog friendly, plenty of fun areas for kids, good variety of pubs and cafes. A definite win win.
  • Well worth the visit, even on a drizzly day it was brilliant. Very scenic and the village is a picture postcard. Do watch out for the coaches of wrinklies, never seen so many rushing about and quite rude - shoving their way past you.