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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 [...]
Treasure Trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. The routes often include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés with outdoor seating. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend [...]
Garden, woods and parkland where plant lovers, families and dog walkers are welcome.
Mount Ephraim Gardens is a beautiful place to visit, with plenty to offer and delight visitors. Pre-booked group visits welcome. Tearoom open during normal garden opening hours. Free parking.
Most of the grounds are accessible by gravel path and grass, but wheelchair users will need strong pushers to manage the slopes. The Brew House Cafe is a great place to stop for lunch or a cup of tea. Parking is possible in the West Lodge Car Park (pay and display). [...]