Free Access (Guided tours, £5) from 11 – 3 pm
The first of our regular monthly open days – Llanthony is opening its doors on the first Sunday of every month to visitors.
Step inside our listed buildings to see the newly refurbished spaces and find out more about the events and people that shaped Llanthony’s history, including an Archbishop of Canterbury, and King Henry VII.
See the stunning timber-framed Lady Margaret Hall with its majestic wind braces and wattle and daub, and experience the Brick Range’s Henry Dene Hall in all its glory, saved from dereliction with a brand new roof.
A guided tour will take place at 2pm. Tours are limited to 15 people, and are charged at £5 per person, tickets are available on the day on a first-come first serve basis. On our guided tours you can discover the origin of the name Llanthony Secunda, how important the Augustinian Priory became in Gloucester and beyond, and learn more about Llanthony’s extensive collection of surviving manuscripts.
Volunteers who have experienced the transformation first hand will also be available to answer any questions you may have.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Emma Davies, Heritage Manager
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