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We are not members of the National Trust so had to pay £11 entrance fee which isn't too bad but there isn't all that much to see as the upstairs was closed for renovation.
My main reason for visiting was to see the areas where...More
I had a very brief visit to Lacock today and was horrified to see the cost of parking. £4 per day and in winter when very little to see I thought this was far too high. We called in to see the Christmas trees but...More
Visited here multiple times, usually once every couple months for the past 2 years. Beautiful and interesting place to visit. Those who work here are incredibly informative and helpful, and always happy to teach you something new about the Abbey you never knew! Fantastic work...More
The national trust property is beautiful but unfortunately part of the Abbey is shut during the winter, the admissions price for non-members seems a bit steep for the Winter entry.
The village itself was picturesque, however, we did find the shops and pubs a bit...More
What an amazing place!
Very interesting and lots to see. The staff are very informative and friendly and it's well worth just taking your time and soaking up the place.
The gardens are just as wonderful...
Stunning place to visit within the village of Lacock. Plenty of parking which is free if you’re a member of the NT. Spacious grounds to wander, a museum and Abbey so lots to see and enjoy. The Abbey has been used for a number of...More
Was looking for a short day trip from Bristol around the Cotswolds - picked Lacock, primarily because of the Harry Potter movie associations.
The town is picture bookish; and the abbey is a lovely place to visit - its history as an abbey merges well...More
My wife and I visited Lacock on Thursday 25th whilst on our way to Devon and also visiting Great Chalfield Manor (7 miles...15 mins) and found the Abbey interesting and informative whereas the village was lovely looking there is little to find interesting. Remember when...More