Opening times for 28 November 2023
Asset Opening time House Pre-booked tour only Garden 09:30 - 16:00 Mill 09:30 - 16:00 Plant centre 09:30 - 16:00 Redwoods Restaurant 09:30 - 16:00 Shop 09:30 - 16:00 Bookshop 09:30 - 15:30 Woodland Play Area 09:30 - 16:00
Last entry to the Gardens is at 15:00. Last orders in the Restaurant are at 15:45. House entry via pre-booked tours on weekdays.MTWTFSS3031123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930123
Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £17.60 £16.00 Child £8.80 £8.00 Family £44.00 £40.00 1 adult and up to 3 children £26.40 £24.00
Off Peak (Nov Weekends & After 2pm Daily)
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £12.10 £11.00 Child £6.05 £5.50 Family £30.25 £27.50 1 adult and up to 3 children £18.15 £16.50
Assistance dogs only
Dogs are welcome in the outside area of Redwoods Restaurant. Only registered assistance dogs are permitted in the house and gardens.
Our plant centre is located through the shop.
Our second-hand bookshop is located by the House, but you can also find a shelf of books within Redwoods Restaurant.
Redwoods Restaurant is open daily from 9.30am. Hot food is served from 11:30am - 2pm.
There is limited parking for vehicles over 2.1m. Please use the dedicated motorhome bays.
Please ask one of our Visitor Welcome team to find out more about the day's tours.
There are toilets both upon entering and just inside the Visitor Centre, as well as by the House.
Blue Badge parking. Accessible toilets. Wheelchair and mobility vehicle hire available. Accessible route in the house.
There are accessible facilities located within all of our toilets.
There are several pathways within the garden that are level access.
Braille (guide or menu)
Please ask at the House for the braille guide.
Please ask for this upon entering the House.
Accessible parking is approx. 50 yards from the Visitor Centre entrance.
Powered mobility vehicle available
Booking is recommended, please call 01223 810080.
Please let a member of the team know if you need the ramp.
Large print (guide or menu)
There are some locations within the garden that have steps, but there is an alternative accessible route.
Level access to food outlet
Level access to shop
If traveling via the A14, please take junction 35 and drive through the village of Stow-Cum-Quy towards Lode (on B1102), where you'll find the entrance gate on your left.
Parking: Our car park is free to use for both members and non-members. There are accessible parking spaces, as well as family parking bays. The Visitor Centre entrance is 50 yards from the car park.
Sat Nav: Cb25 9EJ Please note that our postcode may not be accepted by some older models of Sat Nav. If you are unsure, it may be safer to enter ‘Lode’ into the Sat Nav, rather than CB25 9EJ if possible.
Harcamlow Way from Cambridge
The nearest train station is Cambridge (7.1 miles) or Newmarket (8.9 miles) and transport via taxi can be arranged. Please let one of the team know if you need to call a taxi to return to the train station.
The Stephenson's No 11 service between Cambridge and Newmarket passes Anglesey Abbey. The service runs hourly Monday to Saturday. Alight at the crossroads in Lode. Please ask a member of the team if you wish to see a timetable.
NCN51, 1¼ miles.
Winter Lights 2023 takes place 17 – 19 November, 24 – 26 November, 1 – 3 December, 8 – 10 December at Anglesey Abbey and is set to be more spectacular than ever before, featuring new art installations, illuminated snowdrops, animal lanterns, projections on the house and mill, and beautiful bespoke artwork.
Discover all you need to know about planning a group visit to Anglesey Abbey, and how to book.
Assistance dogs only at Anglesey Abbey
Assistance dogs only in the house and gardens. Enjoy one of the many dog-walking routes on local footpaths, which are accessible from the car park.
Take a look at the map of Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill to help plan your visit.
A Jacobean-style house full of rich history, from a monastic priory to 20th-century home.
A garden for every season including a winter garden, herbaceous border, rose garden, formal garden and dahlia garden.
Woodland Play Area
A wildlife hub with a treehouse, balance beams, den-building, birdwatching and bug-hunting activities.
Open daily, serving hot and cold drinks, light meals, snacks and a selection of cakes and traybakes.
Shop and Plant Centre filled with gifts, homeware, books, gardening accessories and seasonal plants.
Eighteenth-century watermill with traditional machinery and history to explore on the ground floor.
Second-hand bookshop stocked with pre-loved books.
Our biggest annual fundraiser of the year returns, weekends from Friday 17 November to Sunday 10 December - join us for an enchanting, magical after dark celebration of the natural world.
Come and experience an enchanting new Christmas at Anglesey Abbey inspired by the Magic of Books. The House will be richly decorated for all to enjoy and this year we have something particularly special planned.
Find out more about Anglesey Abbey’s glorious gardens, from the seasonal highlights to the history and design behind them.
Discover how the Lode Mill was rescued from being derelict for many years and restored by the new owner Lord Fairhaven.
Plan your next family adventure at Anglesey Abbey.
A 2-mile dog and family friendly walk exploring the countryside near Anglesey Abbey and nearby village of Lode.
A 7-mile bike route from Cambridge city centre to Anglesey Abbey along the River Cam and through the village of Stow-cum-Quy, on a route that links National Cycle Network routes 11 and 51.
A 4.6-mile family friendly walk along footpaths among the flat, Cambridgeshire fenland landscapes taking in waterways, Lode Mill and the villages of Stow-cum-Quy and Lode.
Book your tour of the House this November and discover more about the collection and stories that make Anglesey Abbey so special. The House is open for pre-booked tours only Mon-Fri at 11am & 1pm.
Get into the festive spirit with music performed by local bands and choirs. Wrap up warm, pick up a hot chocolate from Redwoods, and enjoy the festive atmosphere.
A passion for tradition and impressing guests inspired one man to transform a run-down country house and desolate landscape.
At the age of 30, the future Lord Fairhaven began to create his first home. Wanting to inspire and surprise visitors, he created a spectacular garden with planting for all seasons and a cosy house in which to entertain. Life revolved around horse racing and shooting, and guests enjoyed 1930s luxury.
Inside: fine furnishings, books, paintings, silver and rare clocks give a feeling of opulence.
Outside: 46 hectares (114 acres) offer vibrant colour, delicious scents and the simple pleasures of nature.
Discover the many layers that Anglesey Abbey and Mill has to offer and explore the long and fascinating history that stretches from 12th-century priory to 20th-century home.
Every day important conservation work takes place throughout Anglesey Abbey, in the house, gardens and Lode Mill. Take a look at what this involves and why we need your support to look after this special place.
Find out what was discovered when archaeologists from the National Trust and Oxford Archaeology East carried out a dig to investigate the medieval history of Anglesey Abbey.
Discover how a carved wooden sculpture on top of a wardrobe turned out to be a rare reliquary of St Agnes, previously thought to have been lost.
Climate action is one of the key aims of the National Trust and that starts at properties such as Anglesey Abbey. Take a look at some of the things we have been doing to make a difference.