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We stopped in for a very quick walkabout in the rain! It is a lovely garden and historical place. There was a tour available, but we did not have time to share. more »
What a lovely little gem of a trip quite hidden away goof for a walk round free entrance and parking which was a plus however walking the grounds the information boards were unreadable faded which is ... more »
Just a short walk out of the town centre brings you to Whalley Abbey, which is now a ruin as the result of the efforts of King Henry V111. A peaceful calm place, which you come to realise was built on... more »
Some great history here - especially if The Dissolution of The Monasteries and The Pilgrimage of Grace is your thing.
Gorgeous, really enjoyed walking around the grounds on a cold frosty morning.
These are purely ruins, only small parts of this once majestic building can still be seen. May I suggest going to the main house where you purchased your entrance ticket..(Small Charge) and ask to see the model. With this model in your mind, it will be much easier to imagine how it once stood as you walk around the ruins. It is a very restful, peaceful place, ideal to sit and read or have lunch. Explore the Gardens which unfortunately damaged during the recent floods, are already benefitting from hard work from the small garden team. A Cafe has once again been opened for simple snacks and meals.
Good food, and drinks.
really good place to do graffiti
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