Preparing for your visit to Anglesey Abbey

Couple walking in the grounds of Anglesey Abbey

Whether you're a regular visitor or it's your first time, we can't wait to welcome you to Anglesey Abbey. Take a look at our handy guide on what you need to know to help plan your day.

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Slow your pace

Take your time

You'll start your visit by entering the Visitor Centre. Take your time and enjoy the nature around you, there's no need to rush your visit as you're welcome to stay all day.

Anglesey Abbey Dahlia Garden

Staying safe

The safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff remains our top priority. Face coverings are recommended in enclosed, crowded areas. We'll continue to provide hand sanitiser and stick to our high standards of cleanliness. If you're showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 10 days, please don't visit.

Heading Home

Heading home

We're open until 5.30pm every day (4pm from 1 November), giving you plenty of time to enjoy your visit. To help support our teams closing down the estate safely and in a timely manner we ask you to leave promptly, the car park will be locked 15 minutes after we close.

Share your day

Share your day

Take a few moments to share your day with those that can’t be there, using the hashtag #EveryoneNeedsNature. We’d love to see photos of your time with us and hear any feedback you might have via our social media channels.

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Oak panelled room with large marble fireplace, two red lampshades, blue sofa and chairs

Discover the house at Anglesey Abbey 

The house will be open daily until 31 October. Discover the many layers that Anglesey Abbey has to offer and explore its rich history from monastic priory to twentieth century home. We're gradually re-opening each space. Your visit may be a little different to what you remember, so please take some time to read through this article for further information on what's currently open.