2 for 1 Exclusive Access to Llanthony Secunda Priory
Step inside our listed buildings at Llanthony Secunda Priory and find out about the people who used to live here and helped to shape 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. Guided tours take place at 11:30am and last for about an hour.
Availability – Sunday 7th April at 2pm. Usually costed at £5 per person. No age restrictions. To redeem you must provide voucher.
Llanthony Secunda Priory in Gloucester is the remains of a once large and important Augustinian Priory which was founded outside the city walls in 1136. It is a scheduled monument with listed buildings that has played an important part in Gloucester’s history for over 900 years. Our Re-formation Project is bringing Llanthony back to life. The two main buildings dating from the 15th century have been restored and conserved and are now back in daily use. The grounds have been landscaped with new paths, benches, trees and planting and will include an example of a medieval courtyard garden. Special events and projects over the next few years will establish Llanthony Secunda Priory as a heritage attraction and cultural venue.