Titchfield Abbey

Fareham, Hampshire, UK


Titchfield Abbey, Fareham, Hampshire

Titchfield Abbey is a medieval abbey that was later used as a country house.

Founded in 1222 this medieval abbey is a great spot to ghost hunt!

The abbey is open to the public for free and is used to host concerts and festivals and open air theatre as the ruins are really romantic and the setting quite dramatic.  The remains of the abbey and the country house that was built there stand with the nave of the church and the gate house ruins in fairly good condition. Bits of the cloisters remain including the library and the entrance to the chapter house.

The fishponds are still used for fishing and large parts of the late medieval tile floors remain along with some of the inscriptions on the walls.

The abbey is open from 10am to 5pm and is a lovely place to picnic or just amble and let the kids play around on the grass. 

  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Shops
  • Cafes
  • Restaurants

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