Ampleforth Abbey - A Thriving Benedictine Community
Visiting Ampleforth Abbey
Whether you are looking for a tour of the Abbey, beautiful walks or simply time to reflect, you are assured of a warm welcome. Visitors are invited to spend the day at Ampleforth and enjoy the facilities that we offer including a tea room with a fantastic selection of food and beverages, the Abbey gift shop which stocks everything from keyrings to our own cider and our state-of-the-art Visitor centre, providing a comprehensive insight into the history of Ampleforth.
Admission to the Abbey and Grounds is free but we do welcome donations to support the work of the Abbey and the Benedictine Community.
Thursday Evenings at Ampleforth Abbey
Thursday 9th January will see the start of our new Come and See sessions. Tidings of Great Joy will be led by Fr. Kevin and includes afternoon tea and supper. Further details can be found here.
Christmas at Ampleforth Abbey
Everyone is welcome to join the Community over the Christmas period. Details of services can be found here: Christmas Service Times
Ampleforth Abbey Tea Room Christmas Opening Times
Details of the Tea Room opening times can be found here: Christmas Hours
Recipes using Ampleforth Monastic Produce
Sarah Smith from The Garden Deli has very kindly written two recipes using Ampleforth Abbey Beer. To view her recipes please click here. We would love to hear your thoughts on our recipes and see photos of your creations so please do post them onto our Twitter or Facebook page.
Ampleforth Abbey on TripAdvisor.co.uk
If you have recently visited Ampleforth Abbey we would love to hear your feedback and would be grateful if you could take the time to help populate our page on tripadvisor.co.uk. We can be found here: Ampleforth Abbey