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Hailes Abbey

This is a 13th century Cistercian abbey founded in 1246. It was once a celecbrated site of pilgrimage as the monks had a vial that was said to contain the blood of christ.
The abbey ruins boast dramatic cloister arches and a small museum can be found on site

Small museum
Opening arrangements - Site/museum
Open all week 1st April – 30th June  10–5  
1st July – 31st August  10–6  
1st September – 30th September  10–5  
1st October – 31st October  10–4  
Last admission 30mins before closing