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Abbey Church of Our Lady, St Barthlomew and St Guthlac

Abbey Church of Our Lady, St Barthlomew and St Guthlac, Abbey Walk, Crowland Lincolnshire PE6 0EN View on map

The north aisle of a largely 14th century monastic church is the church building in use today. The nave of the monastic church is now a spectacular ruin. The west front of this ruin incorporates the largest number of intact, exterior medieval statues of any parish church in England. The vaulting of today's church is magnificent.


Opening Arrangements

Daily 8am - Sunset. (church, churchyard and ruins).


Take the A16 that runs between Peterborough and Spalding, exit for Crowland. The church is easily seen in the town because of the height of its tower. Rail: Peterborough (10 miles). Bus: Daily at regular intervals Peterborough - Spalding.

Parking Spaces


On west side of the church, with an overflow car park east of it.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes