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Review of Titchfield Abbey

Titchfield Abbey
Ranked #2 of 23 things to do in Fareham
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed May 10, 2013

This is an imposing building in a large walled expanse of land opposite a good pub and next to a garden centre that does nice cake. Originally a monastic abbey it was taken by Henry VIII in the reformation and was gifted to the gentry. Despite being left in a state of disrepair for several hundred years, wonderful gargoyles and twisted chimneys remain. Search, too, for medieval tiles that are hidden under plastic and sand to view some of the finest examples in the south of England (apparently). Whilst we were visiting, I saw some people having a picnic. Perhaps that's the best thing to do if you want to spend more than 30 minutes here. There are boards explaining the heritage and it's free too! Nothing ventured, nothing gained...

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