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Located in the village of Helmsley, visit the Rievaulx Abbey and its two 18th-century temples, one of which is the splendid Ionic Temple with its intricate ceiling paintings and 17th-century furniture.
Rievaulx Terrace & Temples Mossy Bank Wood, Helmsley YO62 5LJ, England
Our second visit to this National Trust property. A lovely forest walk leads to the terrace with a temple at each end. The views looking down on the abbey are beautiful. One of the temples is open at certain times and is very interesting. A...More
Beautiful views. Excellent for a stroll through the woods.
Guides in the Temples need to learn more about the Temples and area. The lady that was there didn't know very much. She couldn't answer simple questions about the history.
Visited today 9th September.Head out of Helmsley on the stokesley road , turn into terrace entrance immediately before turning for rievaulx Abbey.Parking today was at a premium,ie you had to park where you could because, today it was free entry to the terrace! I suspect...More
What a gorgeous July, and it was just perfect for a Sunday afternoon picnic at Rievaulx Terrace. One of our favourite places and where we became members in 1989. We visit every year, not always for a picnic, we often have a leisurely stroll through...More
Was actually not intending to visit here but a helpful volunteer at Nunnington Hall suggested we did and I’m so glad we took her advice. It was a lovely woodland walk to the terrace , the temples at both ends were interesting and the views...More
Not the best place to visit on the first rainy day of Summer, but it was enjoyable never the less. We were lucky to be there when they opened and explained the temple and there is a small museum underneath. The staff were very helpful....More
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