Crowland Abbey


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Crowland Abbey is steeped in history and legends. An abbey has stood on the site since 716 and some remaining parts date back to Norman times. The original north aisle of the monastery church is intact (now the parish church) and ruins of the original Nave enable the visitor to imagine its original splendor.

Whether your interests lie in architecture, history, the church, or people you will find something here to interest you.

Guides are usually available who will tell you of the history and stories associated with the building and an interesting visitor centre has recently been introduced.

Self-guided tours are available and, if you are bringing children, let them try our children's trails/quizzes that will keep them entertained.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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