Stoneleigh Abbey

Stoneleigh Abbey

Visit this stunning Grade 1 listed English Mansion House and its grounds

Standard Entry


With Explorer Pass


Free Entry with The Explorer Pass

Free Entry with The Explorer Pass

Adult Pass from £39

Child Pass from £25


Single Ticket Entry

This attraction is only available for access through the Explorer Pass, unfortunately we are unable to sell you single ticket entry.

Stoneleigh Abbey

Founded in 1154 as a Cistercian monastic house, Stoneleigh Abbey has connections to Queen Victoria, Prince Charles and Jane Austen. Built on a land grant from King Henry II, it was later converted into the Leigh family home.

The older portion of the house, built from local red sandstone, was started in 1561 and successive generations added to the design. The newest part of the house was completed around 1720 and was designed by Francis Smith of Warwick.

Pass allows entry to the Abbey Grounds only.


Stoneleigh Abbey

Opening Hours

Sunday-Thursday 10am – 5pm
Friday-Saturday Closed