Revesby Abbey, originally, was a Cistercian Monastery and was built in 1143; Revesby was there until the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century.
A country house was built on the land and was lived in by Sir Joseph Banks who founded Kew Gardens. He sailed with Captain James Cook on the trip that discovered Australia and Botany Bay was named after him.
Revesby Abbey version 3 is the house which is still standing and was built C.1845. The house is now Grade 1 listed and needs extensive renovation. All monies taken from investigations are going towards the vast cost of this.
Just think of the history linked with this location. There have been things here for approx 900 years!!! Imagine everything that went on here and all the people who have passed through!
We have access to the full basement level of the Abbey, the brewhouse and the cellars below the Stables.
The night will start at 9pm and will finish at 2.30am.
The tickets are £35 each. We require a £5 deposit now and you can pay the balance for this one on the actual night itself.
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