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Titchfield Abbey
Mill Lane
PO15 5RA

Built in the 13th century by Bishop Peter des Roches of Winchester Titchfield Abbey is a former abbey and country house, located in the village of Titchfield near Fareham. At the Dissolution in 1537 the site was given to Thomas Wriothesley the 1st Earl of Southampton. Wriothesley's heirs and successors lived at Place House until the latter part of the eighteenth century, at which point the building started to fall into disrepair. Now the Abbey belongs to English Heritage and is open to the public and holds open-air concerts and theatre productions.

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Other nearby attractions:
York Dungeon


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