The 10 Best Things to Do in Abergavenny, United Kingdom
Discover the best top things to do in Abergavenny, United Kingdom including Sugarloaf Mountain, White Castle, The Skirrid, Abergavenny Museum and Castle, The Tithe Barn, St Marys Church, Linda Vista Gardens, Priory Church of St Mary, Brecon Beacons Tourist Information, Patricio Church, St.Mary's Church (Capel-y-ffin).
1. Sugarloaf Mountain
5 based on 165 reviews
Reviewed By G_EvansWales - Brecon, United KingdomBrecon, United Kingdom
Great views on clear days
The walk up to the top is possible by many different routes, the easiest routes are however becoming like a busy highway with the number of people on weekends. We have been up this hill many times but rarely with clear visibility by the time we reach the
2. White Castle
4.5 based on 177 reviews
Reviewed By ian j - Usk, United KingdomUsk, United Kingdom
A walk through history
Known as one of The Three Castles, the other two being Skenfrith and Grosmont.Although a ruin, this castle looks virtually complete i.e. it has not started to fall down or has had stone taken away for other uses. The castle was originally rendered and whi
3. The Skirrid
5 based on 56 reviews
Reviewed By HiyaTina - Cwmbran, United KingdomCwmbran, United Kingdom
Breath of fresh air
New year ..so thought we would start up our walking again myself and my hubby.We decided to give the skirrid a go. It was a saturday morning, the weather was ok, it had rained on the friday night, and was overcast, cloudy but seemed perfect for our walk.W
4. Abergavenny Museum and Castle
4 based on 311 reviews
Reviewed By kirajs - Newport, United KingdomNewport, United Kingdom
I was pleasantly surprised at how good this little attraction was. There's not much of the castle left to see apart from walls but the information boards are very good. The highlight for me though was the museum. It gave a lovely overview of the history o
5. The Tithe Barn, St Marys Church
4.5 based on 141 reviews
This should definitely be listed. There is a wonderful museum, cafe with outdoor seating area, and exhibition,beautiful Millennium Tapestry
Reviewed By antano2013 - Leicester, United KingdomLeicester, United Kingdom
No food,impolite staff.
Staying near Abergavenny and following research,we had planned to visit the castle and then have lunch in the Tithe Barn. On arrival at the cafe door there was a sign saying it was open Monday-Saturday 9-4 but the door was locked. I went round to the info
6. Linda Vista Gardens
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By Tony2710 - Buckland Newton, United KingdomBuckland Newton, United Kingdom
Pleasing despite being scorched!
Took walk through gardens rather battered by heatwave ...suspect very beautiful in June. That said a little more TLC would be in order. At bottom end nice water meadow of several acres bordering the lovely River Usk. Although regular visitor to Abergavenn
7. Priory Church of St Mary
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Reviewed By Clivel_98 - Hereford, United KingdomHereford, United Kingdom
Interesting church with some great artefacts.
The church is based around the old priory. There are some interesting stained glass windows. There are also lots of fine monumentary statues in the church as well.The roof (restored) is beautiful. Opposite the church is a restored tithe barn used for othe
8. Brecon Beacons Tourist Information
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We are the Abergavenny and Brecon Beacons National Park Information Centre, we hold information all about Abergavenny, Monmouthshire and The Brecon Beacons National Park so if you need to know whats on, what to do, or what to see in the area we are the people to come and see. We have lots of free information as well as books and maps for sale. Our staff and volunteers are all passionate about our wonderful area and would love to help you get the most out of your visit.
Reviewed By valerie_gxv - Gloucester, United KingdomGloucester, United Kingdom
Not just a tourist info centre, also a great little café and an exhibition centre upstairs.
Helpful staff and a great little café hiding behind it. Don't be misled by the small frontage. Upstairs is a (free) exhibition centre. St Mary's Priory next door and the Swan Meadow car park immediately behind. A recommended first stop for visitors to Abe
9. Patricio Church
5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By David H - Bristol, United KingdomBristol, United Kingdom
Remote Church in beautiful location
The church dedicated to St Issui was originally built in about 1060. The oldest part of the present building is probably the shrine chapel at the west end. The stone altar is thought to cover Issui's grave. He is said to be Celtic holy man living as a her
10. St.Mary's Church (Capel-y-ffin)
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Reviewed By baldred - Newport, United KingdomNewport, United Kingdom
Heaven on Earth?
Been visiting this beautiful little church for decades, situated in a lovely valley, the churchyard is populated by interesting gravestones and numerous yew trees. Step inside, look around, breathe in the atmosphere and as you do read the inscription on t