Stoneleigh Abbey

Stoneleigh Abbey from the Humphry Repton View.

Sitting in 690 acres of parkland and overlooking the River Avon, Stoneleigh Abbey is a beautiful place to visit for pleasure, an impressive venue to hold your corporate event and a really special place to celebrate your wedding or special occasion.

Stoneleigh Abbey is proud to be taking part in the Centenary commemoration of the First World War through an exhibition entitled 'Anxious to do Something- the Leigh family of Stoneleigh Abbey and their contribution to the War Effort'. The exhibition will be launched 27th July 2014 with re-enactors, guest speakers, and an art and poetry competition inspired by the First World War.

The Abbey is also delighted to announce the launch of the first stage of the Repton Walk, which will allow visitors to cross the River Avon and walk though the Grove to take in the sweeping view of the house as Humphry Repton prescribed in his 'Red Book' of 1809.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Museum, Sacred space

Opening hours

From Good Friday to 31st October on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Grounds open from 10 AM-5 PM. House Open by guided tour only. Please phone the Estate Office on 01926 858535 for more information on tour timings and subjects.

Admission charges

House tours: £8.00 for Adults/ £6.50 for English Heritage Members/ £3.50 for Children aged 5-15. Under 5 free.

Grounds only: £3.50 per person.


  • English Heritage
Getting there

Located just off of the A46 Stoneleigh exit on the B4115.

Collection details

Agriculture, Social History

Getting there

Located just off of the A46 Stoneleigh exit on the B4115.

Stoneleigh Abbey




01926 858535

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