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As I live quite nearby we often visit to host PT sessions. also provides a fantastic area for dog walking and exercise. This is flat space to sunbathe aswell as a vast wooded area. Views of the city are fantastic at night.
We weren’t blow away by lesnes Abbey.
There wasn’t much to do there or even to see. A few pile of stone which were the foundations you could wonder around, but not a lot of information, we had a walk in the woods but was...More
Me and my family love taking a walk by the abbey ruins. Very peaceful with open spaces as well as woodland. It has a lovely little coffee shop and a large play area for kids with the odd exercise equipment placed around the pathways.
The abbey is one of my favourite spots. the ruins are beautiful, nestled in the woods (but VERY easy access), potential short walks in the woods, great playground, lovely cafe where they usually have a hot food option. note on cafe the seating is outside....More
The site is on that of an old abbey and some of the wall still remain. With lottery funding they have revamped the garden and installed a coffee shop and learning area. Work is still ongoing but it is a vast improvement from what used...More
I had never heard of Lesnes Abbey until it was mentioned recently in a newspaper article as somewhere to visit during half term.
It is about a 5 minute walk from Abbey Wood station, Wilton Rd exit. I had caught the train from Lewisham and...More
I moved here about 17 years ago and have enjoyed the walks in the woods surrounding the Abbey ruins. The woods and the abbey were one of the main reasons for moving here. The woods are extensive and they have a fossil pit, and a...More
It was always a lovley place to walk the dogs & now you can sit & have a coffee it's even nicer. It's very animal friendly, A nice play area for the kids & a nice walk through the woods with plenty of history. They...More
We have visited here several times now and each time we find something new.
There is history with the abbey ruins that you can then take home and read more in to if you enjoy history.
There is open spaces where children can play and...More
You can take a wheelchair bound person there. There is a building in the centre of the park which has toilet facilities and a coffee shop. This area is particularly flat and pleasant but be advised parts of the park itself... More
You can take a wheelchair bound person there. There is a building in the centre of the park which has toilet facilities and a coffee shop. This area is particularly flat and pleasant but be advised parts of the park itself and holly and the inclines are quite steep. You may find this challenging for those in wheelchairs. Apart from that, the facilities and surroundings are beautiful.