Everyone Welcome at Anglesey Abbey

There has never been a better time to visit Anglesey Abbey, with something new going on each month there is plenty to see and do. New for 2020, we have also introduced off-peak pricing for our quieter months of January, June and November.

Thank you

Thank you all so much for your support in 2019.

Every cup of tea drunk, plant purchased, hour of time gifted, donation made, membership started or renewed and entry ticket bought help us to look after Anglesey Abbey, and other special places like it forever.

Everyone welcome

To help ensure that more of you, your friends and families, can experience some well deserved rest and relaxation at Anglesey Abbey we’re pleased to announce we’ll be freezing our entry prices for non-members for 2020.

We've also introduced three off-peak months, throughout our quieter months of January, June and November 2020. For more information on our prices, please click here

We’ll also be continuing our community partnerships and access schemes that enable families and individuals who may not usually be able to visit us to do so for free, through their support organisations.

We look forward to welcoming you all in 2020.

What's on

January (Off-peak pricing)

Winter Garden

Discover the vivid colour, varied texture and sweet scent of our iconic Winter Garden as it comes into it's own. To learn more about this part of the garden, click here

February

Snowdrops Season

Anglesey Abbey has one of the finest snowdrops collection in the country, with over 300 varieties of the delicate white flowers, 20 of which have been discovered here on the estate. 

Head to our Snowdrops Season page to learn more about what's going on throughout February, including information on how to book onto a tour of the specialist collection. 

March

Unearthing Our Past

Join us to see an archaeological dig in progress as we explore the layers of monastic history under our front lawn. More details to follow. 

April

A Celebration of Nature

Join us to celebrate all things nature, with events, talks trails and more. 

We'll also be running our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in our Hoe Fen Wildlife Discovery Area. Tickets will need to be pre-booked. More details will be released shortly, click here to get the latest update. 

May

All Things Baking

Turn your hand to baking (or tasting!) with talks, samples and demonstrations to help us celebrate National Mills Week. Keep an eye on our website for more information in the weeks to come.