My wife and I visited Inch Abbey to stage our wedding photos amongst the ruins. The grounds are well maintained, with informative panels dotted around the site giving the history of the abbey and monks, and the history of the site. Access to the site is excellent, and it is a site well worth visiting, forming a part of Saint... 更多
I went because it was a Game of Thrones filming location but it's quite pretty if a bit small. There are a couple of signs on what the abbey was about and its architecture. It would make a good place for a picnic. Free.
Visited as part of a Game of Thrones tour where scenes from first season were filmed. some information on the history. would be great for wedding photos one a sunny day.
This is an excellent ruined example of a Cistercian monastery. The Cistercian monks were responsible for the establishment of many towns around their monasteries and to think you are walking on ground trod by them so many centuries ago is amazing! I would advise however - go on a dry day!!
We journeyed on the Downpatrick and Country Railway to Inch Abbey. The abbey is steeped in history and a great monument to the Gothic architecture. Even if you did not enjoy visiting the Abbey, the scenery around it is very beautiful.
We visited Inch Abbey on a beautiful day it's such a peaceful place, that is until the Game of Thrones tours turn up, we had no idea it was used in the show but was interesting to watch the many people turning up with swords, cloaks and props.