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Easby Abbey, Richmond

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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  • Definitely worth the short walk from the centre of Richmond along good paths. Good information plaques about the abbey and good walk back on the railway. 
  • This must have been a very splendid Abbey in its day and there is enough of it preserved to get a feel of how it was. There is historical information on site. There is a lovely circular walk one can d...  read more »
  • Beautiful Abbey ruins which are part of English Heritage. Free admission into the grounds. Nice place for a picnic. Small car park across the road. Close to Richmond town and well worth a visit. We wh...  read more »
  • Lovely views
  • Pretty little interesting place on a cold and foggy winter's day. Don't, in your haste to wander around the ruins of the monastary miss the parish church. It's much more interesting, containing medieval limewash frescos (possibly gracelessly but lovingly restored by the victorians) depicting Adam and Eve and the fall, the Nativity and The Passion and Ressurection.
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