As the crisp cold days draw in, the fires are lit and the atmosphere in the abbey turns decidedly cosy. Winter opening hours have begun at the abbey, and the courtyard coaxes you into its heart, with its warm tea-room serving tasty treats and hot drinks whilst the peaceful ground-floor monastic cloister of Lacock Abbey allows a moment of reflection and calm.
Our new Courtyard tea-room in the heart of Lacock Abbey and Stables café in Lacock village both offer a seasonal range of homemade cakes and drinks.
Try our warming sticky ginger and orange cake recipe.
Our shops are a treasure trove of Lacock souvenirs and local products, the perfect accompaniments to your visit.
Celebrating the simple pleasures in life early spring with crisp, breathy walks with the promise of hot tea at the days end.
The work on display in our new exhibition varies in process from Talbot’s own Photogenic Drawing and Calotype process to the Daguerreotype, the invention of his so-called rival in Paris Louis Daguerre.
Discover how the Fenton Collection, a historic photographic collection of international significance, has found a home at the Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock.
There is lots to do together as a family in Lacock. You can go on a trail around the grounds, imagine you're a wizard in the cloister and find our play area.