Hamish visited on a chilly March 07 day. He was welcomed at reception and was able to walk the whole Abbey site (well the sections open to the public – everywhere but a school) but was not allowed in the visitor centre or café. The Abbey and Battlefield walks are backed by an excellent audio tour. This helps bring the history of this beautiful and evocative site to life. We were en-route for a weekend away so had limited time … but this would be a good day out for the whole family. Hamish would happily have walked the grounds twice on a fine day to allow the rest of the family to enjoy the visitor centre in shifts.
1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield
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DogPeople Says : 1066 Batlefield and Abbey
An interactive audio tour re-creates the sounds of the battle as you stand where the Saxon army watched the Normans advancing towards them. Parking 75m from abbey entrance; loose gravel surface. Wheelchair users should enter the site through the Gatehouse (please ring the bell), where they will be met by a custodian. Suggested route for visitors with limited mobility in guide book and site leaflet. Battlefield: Very rough ground. May be viewed from Lower Terrace. (OS Map 199; ref TQ 749157)
For dog owners who struggle to find places to enjoy days out with their beloved pets, Battle Abbey is a perfect site to visit. It has large grounds that your dog will love to explore.
Check the English Heritage website for details.
Dogs on leads are welcome at Battle Abbey. Please note that restrictions may apply to certain areas of the site.
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