One of the finest medieval ruins in Britain. I have visited this site several times and consider it to be interesting, beautiful, peaceful and great value for money.
The main attractions are the west end of the abbey church, the medieval tiles, the cloister and the on-site museum. The abbey is in a quiet location which ensures it is rarely busy and this can add to the experience.
The main flaws are the tiny gift shop and lack of toilets (although there is a pub opposite).
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