Welcome to Tewkesbury AbbeyThe Abbey is currently open from 8.30am until 4.30pm daily. Tewkesbury Abbey requests that according to recommended guidelines for continuing safety for all, that face coverings are worn inside the Abbey when we gather together, except for those exempt for health reasons. Thank you for your kind understanding.
Currently the Nave and Ambulatory of the Abbey is open from 8.30am until 4.30pm daily.
Entry is free but we would ask all visitors to leave a donation towards the upkeep of the Abbey
our new Goodbox donation point is easy to use.
The Touching Souls Tearoom
The Touching Souls Tea Room is open
10am – 4pm everyday
The Abbey Shop
The Abbey Shop in the Abbey is now OPEN!
11am – 3pm
Tuesday – Saturday
Church Street,Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 5RZ
Telephone: 01684 850959
Email: [email protected]
There are plenty of car parks within easy walking distance of the Abbey – all are pay and display
The closest is The Gander Lane Car Park with an entrance directly onto the Abbey Lawns
We Are Here
Tours of the Abbey
We welcome visits from groups of whatever size. Our team of knowledgeable guides will be delighted to share that knowledge with you.
Pre booked tours cost £6.50 per person and can be booked all year round via Rachel Trott the Commercial Manager. 01684 856143 or [email protected]
A Guide book to the Abbey is available from the Abbey shop priced £3.50.
Two free children’s guides to the Abbey are available to pick up from the information point at the entrance.
These can be downloaded from here and here.
School groups are welcome to use this free resource and facilities are available on site to assist with school visits. Please contact the Abbey Office.
There is level access to the Abbey via the main gates and the North Path.
We have ramps around the Abbey allowing access for wheelchair users to the majority of areas. Unfortunately some parts of the Abbey are inaccessible to those with mobility problems; these include the Tower and the Upper Room.
A wheelchair is available in the Abbey for loan.
The Abbey has a loop system, which is on throughout services.
We produce large print service sheets and our weekly notice sheet in a large print version.
We have both large print and Braille Hymn books available for use.
We have a disabled toilet in the Visitor Centre.
Also Around Tewkesbury…
We are delighted that you have chosen to visit the Abbey whilst you are in Tewkesbury. Most visitors spend between 1 and 2 hours with us and then take a stroll about our beautiful market town.
There is plenty for you to do in Tewkesbury and we hope these links will give you additional information to make your day easier to plan.
www.johnmooremuseum.org The John Moore Countryside Museum is based in the row of 14th century buildings in front of the Abbey.
Only 5 miles from Tewkesbury can be found the Saxon Church at Deerhurst. You can get there by walking along the banks of the river Severn or by road. The church is open every day. Click here to download a leaflet about Deerhurst Church. www.deerhurstfriends.co.uk.
There are plenty of restaurants and cafes within easy walking distance.
The Tourist Information Centre is also in Church Street www.visittewkesbury.info/
They can help you with accommodation, bus timetables and other general information.