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Leicester Abbey

Abbey Park | Abbey Park Rd, Leicester, England
0116 454 1003
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This park is so clean and great for all ages. There is a pets corner, play park, out door gym... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Louise1914
Peppercorn cafe

Lovely walk in Abbey Park this morning and had cup of tea and scone in newly opened peppercorn... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
j0sieking
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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Abbey Park | Abbey Park Rd, Leicester, England
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0116 454 1003
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This park is so clean and great for all ages. There is a pets corner, play park, out door gym, boating lake, gardens and lots of open space! I would certainly recommend for all to visit here

Thank Louise1914
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

Lovely walk in Abbey Park this morning and had cup of tea and scone in newly opened peppercorn cafe. Friendly service great atmosphere in refurbished cafe which has been closed for some time. Ella Louise the bus has now finished serving which has been there...More

1  Thank j0sieking
Reviewed 20 June 2017

It's worth going to Abbey park as it's a lovely place to walk and relax but Leicester Abbey ruins are nothing to write home about. Still doesn't take anything away from a visit to the park though.

Thank RIF123
Reviewed 27 March 2017

Good place to relax with any one. Good for all ages & can relax in the green grass having feeling the breeze around.

Thank lakshansilva
Reviewed 1 March 2017

This is a very popular place located against the river Soar. It is a ruin but it is easy to imagine what a wonderful lace this must have been in its heyday. I used to play around here 75 years ago and still return on...More

1  Thank SagaloutLeicester
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Mainly go to take the little one and the big kid - other half to feed the ducks. Nice open space for little one to enjoy herself and take nice quiet walks

Thank Shazz_91
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Abbey Park is a very pleasant place to rest and relax in Leicester. The abbey where Cardinal Wolsey died in 1535 is indicated by its foundation walls but there is nothing to indicate what's what. Nearby is the ruin of a house where Charles I...More

1  Thank Paul M
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Beautifully preserved & informatively signposted peak into some essential local history. The Animal Corner mini-zoo is right next to it so there is something for the younger ones who might get a little bored looking at old buildings. For the rest of us however it...More

2  Thank leicestermuqaddam
Reviewed 26 July 2016

On its own it's okay but as part of the Abbey park experience it's very very nice. Not much information available on the Abbey itself.

Thank RIF123
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

A great day out in good weather! Explore the history behind the ruins of this medieval abbey while strolling among beautiful greenery and along the river Soar too. There's a cafe near by too and kids can feed the ducks and geese.

Thank Amin A
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