1Can I park on site?
We have three accessible parking spaces on site for Blue Badge holders. These are available on a first-come, first served basis. See site info for information on the nearest public car parks and how to find us.
2When are the grounds open?
The grounds are open all year round, 365 days a year, and can be accessed on foot from Llanthony Road or from the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal tow path next to Gloucestershire College.
3Is it free?
Yes. It is free to visit Llanthony Secunda. We are however an independent charity and therefore welcome and encourage donations to ensure we can continue to preserve our historic buildings and structures. On open days, tickets for guided tours cost £5. We accept cash and card payments.
4Can you go inside the buildings?
Our information room inside the Medieval Range is open Monday – Friday during the working week, when the Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust office is staffed. We open our buildings to the public on the first Sunday of the month, 11am – 3pm. We also open at other times for special events and bank holidays. Please see our event listings for more information.
5Are dogs allowed?
Yes, Llanthony is a great place to exercise your furry friend. Please ensure you pick up after your dog, and that your dog remains under control at all times.
6How do you get in the grounds?
You can access our grounds best from the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal towpath, next to Gloucestershire College. There is also a pedestrian gate off Llanthony Road.
7Do you run guided tours?
We do, please contact us for more information on our open days or arranging private tours for groups.
8How can I help?
We are an independent charity and rely on donations to keep the site accessible for all, so you might like to make a donation or become a Friend of Llanthony Secunda Priory.