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Tintern Abbey

| Saltmills, New Ross, Wexford, Ireland
+353 51 562 650
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Good tour

Very interesting site with wonderful walks close by. Great view from top of abbey. Great cafe on... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Paul t
Perfect Sunday drive!

One of our favourite places to visit in summer and autumn, we are regular visitors here. The... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Wexford, Ireland
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Founded in 1200 AD by William, the Earl Marshall, this historic complex consists of a nave, chancel, chapel and cloister.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good29%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“walled garden” (77 reviews)
“tea room” (19 reviews)
| Saltmills, New Ross, Wexford, Ireland
+353 51 562 650
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Reviewed yesterday

Very interesting site with wonderful walks close by. Great view from top of abbey. Great cafe on site. Lots of parking and suitable for picnics

Thank Paul t
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of our favourite places to visit in summer and autumn, we are regular visitors here. The grounds are perfect for my 10 year old to explore,loads of walkways through the forest and old building and plenty of open spaces to run around!Perfect for a...More

Thank KHD85
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Abbey is a lovely ruin and inside is plenty of information about its ownership over the centuries. There are some wonderful walks in its environs; although these could be better signposted. Our daughters (10 and 12) found it fascinating.

Thank Josephine W
Reviewed 4 days ago

I was amazed at the preservation of Tintern Abbey, the staff are friendly and after the visit the lovely coffee shop is a well earned rest stop

Thank ProfTravels
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have visited romantic Tinturn Abbey many times over the years but have not been there since they started the current restoration project, until now. A roof has been added to the main building and it oozes atmosphere and history. I did not manage to...More

Thank lynchcarmelb
Reviewed 1 week ago

We turned up on a Wednesday - turned out to be free Wednesday so no admission. Not sure how often that happens. The abbey was later a grand house which fell into disrepair, so a lot has been changed since monks were last there. Personally,...More

Thank ActRegular_traveller
Reviewed 1 week ago

A friend ask us to go for tea at the abbey what a lovely surprise . Great place to visit if in Wexford,abbey and gardens absolutely beautiful on a sunny day which this was.Gardeners only too happy to answer questions on flowers, vegetables ,watering (which...More

Thank johnhighland7
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely place, spent more time than planned. Visit for Coillte Walks, history of the Abbey and nearby attractions.

Thank Pushpendra S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Myself and my 11 year old son paid a visit to Tintern Abbey in May and really enjoyed walking around the extensive grounds.

Thank Robbie K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Impressive building and grounds with a very interesting history. Limited parts of the building are available to view but you get the sense of what it was like at its peak. There are nice walls around the abbey down to the old limekiln bridge and...More

Thank Stephen B
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