Newstead Abbey

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Newstead Abbey

About Newstead Abbey


Once home to one of the greatest romantic poets of all time, Lord Byron, Newstead Abbey is home to a fascinating collection of his personal effects, including: letters, manuscripts, portraits, a desk at which he wrote many of his works and much more! The Abbey itself was founded in the 12th century and to this day retains some if its medieval features, from the iconic West Front of the church that dates from the late 13th century, to the medieval cloisters within. The house's collection has a number of pieces from all throughout history, from materials in the Gothic revival library to objects from the modern day.

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Ticket Prices:Adult: £7.00

Concession: £5.00

Family Ticket 2 Adults & up to 3 Children: £20.00
Telephone:NG15 8NA
Recommended Time:1 - 2 hours
Opening Times:Grounds & Cafe Opening Times

Mon-Sun: 10.00-17.00

House Opening Times

Mon-Fri: Closed

Sat-Sun: 12.00-17.00
Indoors / Outdoors:Indoors
Categories:Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Religious Sites
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