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Visit Lesnes Abbey Woods car-free
It’s easy to reach Lesnes Abbey Woods car-free. It is under 10 minutes’ walk from Abbey Wood train station and beside bus stops.
Abbey Wood is on the Elizabeth Line which runs via Liverpool Street (20 mins) and Paddington (30 mins) from Reading and Heathrow. There are also trains from: Gravesend (25 mins), London Bridge (30 mins), St Pancras (45 mins) and Luton (90 mins).
There are frequent buses from: Abbey Wood station (buses 229, 301, 469 and B11), Barnehurst (bus 229 and bus 99), Belvedere (bus 229 and bus 469,) Bexley (bus 229), Bexleyheath (bus B11), Erith (buses 229, 469 and 99), Plumstead (bus 301 and bus 469), Sidcup (bus 229), Slade Green (bus 99) and Woolwich Arsenal (bus 469 and bus 99).
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About Lesnes Abbey Woods
The abbey lies in ruins, but the Monk's Garden has been restored with medicinal plants and a viewing platform. The arboretum was planted with nearly 100 varieties of trees and the 200+ acre ancient woodland bursts with daffodils and bluebells. Look out for the sculptures, fossil pit, play area and family events. Adults can navigate with a walking map, Lesnes Abbey app, or the Lore of the Wild woodland storytelling app.
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Photo credit: Pilot Jonathan Potts Director Dagmar Scheibenreif
For any queries about visiting contact Lesnes Abbey Woods on 020 8303 7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Lesnes Abbey Lodge, Lesnes Abbey Woods, New Road, London SE2 0AX. Visit Website