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Stand at the centre of where England's future was fought. Imagine and discover the stories unfold, brought to life in the exhibition and in audio as you follow the footsteps of the Norman & Saxon soldiers. Watch the compelling film about the Norman...more
All reviews audio guide english heritage king harold re enactment information boards car park short film well worth a visit longer walk non members walled garden david starkey interesting place to visit gift shop free audio enjoyable visit entrance fee
This is simply one of the best historical places to visit. It is well set out and informative with an excellent visitors centre. You can walk and climb all over the attraction and stand where this amazing historical event happened. Make sure you use the...More
After walking around the town of battle I was told that the Abby hotel was good and it was several people in smiling friendly staff I asked for a cheese board and was not disappointed large pieces of cheese good selection about 10 different cheeses...More
Battle Abbey is a great venue for an educational day out. The visitor centre gives a great overview of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. The audio guide brings the battle to life as you walk around the battle field. A great day out for...More
The staff are a delight. I purchased a snowglobe and the man of whom served me checked the item before purchase. This is not usual these days. The staff all smile and take pride in their posts. A wonderful kept castle- lovely facilities. I was...More
Although, I'm sure, it would be interesting on a rainy day because most of the attraction is outside and in some cases on grass a fine day such as we had shows it at its best. The portable audio commentary is well worth having as...More
we visited the site with our english heritage membership which allowed us free entry & only a pound to park in the otherwise £3.50 car park. a very good historical site and well worth the visit, it offers good walks around the battlefield & grounds...More
My wife uses an electric wheelchair although on arrival they suggested that she used their all terrain buggy. She was able to get to the abbey and shop but not the battle site which follows a path through the woods and open... More
My wife uses an electric wheelchair although on arrival they suggested that she used their all terrain buggy. She was able to get to the abbey and shop but not the battle site which follows a path through the woods and open land but not suited to disabled as there are steps and slopes involved.