Built by the Cistercians, Buckland Abbey dates back to 700 years ago. A museum and a part house, Buckland Abbey is filled with treasures like legendary Drake’s Drum. The great Barn surrounding the Abbey is also a must-visit, since most of it has been preserved just the way it was, for centuries!
Beautiful meadows, orchards, woodlands and great views of Tavy valley- a trip to Buckland Abbey is like a treat to the eyes.
- Cider house and secret wild garden
- The chapel
- The Kitchen
- The Drake Chamber
- Drake’s Drum
- The Dining Room
Buckland Abbey Travel Tips
- Buggy service available to get around the estate.
- Wheelchairs available.
- Restaurant is available serving meals from 12.00 pm to 2.30 pm.
Entrance Ticket Details For Buckland Abbey
- The given ticket price is for house and grounds.
- Child House and Grounds: EUR 5.50
- Adult Grounds: EUR 5.50
- Child Grounds: EUR 2.75
- Family (2 adults) House and Grounds: EUR 27.50
- Family (2 adults) Grounds: EUR 13.75
How to Reach Buckland Abbey
- Bus no. 55
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38.15% of people who visit Plymouth include Buckland Abbey in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
80.95% of people start their Buckland Abbey visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Buckland Abbey
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Buckland Abbey