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Paisley Abbey

Abbey Close, Paisley PA1 1JG, Scotland
+44 141 889 7654
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Steeped in history

Outstanding landmark of Scottish history based on the royal Stewart's. Robert the Bruce's daughter... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Cheezman
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Texas
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The Abbey

Old 11th -12th century abbey dominating the town centre still very much in use today. Trips... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
johnhunter217
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Paisley, United Kingdom
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Abbey Close, Paisley PA1 1JG, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Outstanding landmark of Scottish history based on the royal Stewart's. Robert the Bruce's daughter is buried here. Her story is both intriguing and tragic.

Thank Cheezman
Reviewed 5 days ago

Old 11th -12th century abbey dominating the town centre still very much in use today. Trips conducted daily, very informative near to the town hall also worth a visit.

Thank johnhunter217
Reviewed 6 days ago

The coffee was okay and the scone was about average. Ladies typical of the WI. It was pretty cheep as coffee goes. Don't think it was more than £4 for two coffees and a scone with butter and jam. Menu was very limited. Gift shop...More

Thank Alison E
Reviewed 1 week ago

Was at the paisley Beer Festival, which was in the Town Hall, and the area around the Abbey was filled with stalls, eating places etc. Have been inside the Abbey before, for a graduation ceremony, it is stunning.

Thank m4xwl
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having trekked down to see this "must see" attraction we were disappointed to find it closed. The poor rating is because of this, & the fact that no times of opening were displayed. As we were only in Paisley one night we missed it!

Thank RamblerAtHeart
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful building with a very long & interesting history. This is an important part of Scottish history which has been well maintained. The inside of the building is full of amazing colours, carvings & atmosphere - a definite if you haven't been before & worth...More

Thank moddymop
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Such a peaceful space. You are always made very welcome, regardless of your religion. Interesting shop and delicious coffee/cake on Saturday mornings, although the coffee shop is open every day. Children love finding the wee wooden mouse carved on the choristers pews.

Thank CarolineW1
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Stunningly beautiful build that deserves a look. Look for the alien among the gargoyles. Im saying no more

Thank Lynne S
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Paisley Abbey is a fantastic place, it's got all the history of old kings, old story's and how it got to were it is today. So next time you're in Paisley take a tour of Paisley Abbey and all the history that Paisley has to...More

Thank tinywalkabout
Reviewed 5 April 2017

This place is truly a beautiful and special building. The tour guide was extremely enthusiastic and informative about the history of the place. Every corner of this building is enrinched with ornate, historic beauty. It feels very sacred.

Thank gingerfoodie
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