FATOUVILLE-GRESTAIN

Ancienne abbaye Notre Dame de Grestain

Religious buildings

Pets accepted
Close to Honfleur, in the heart of Normandy, the former Abbey Notre-Dame de Grestain was founded by Herluin de Conteville circa 1050. His wife, Arlette, mother of William the Conqueror, was buried with Herluin in the choir of the abbey church, which is now destroyed. Their son Robert, William the Conqueror's step brother, was also buried there. You will be able to see some remains including the abbot's house and the 13th century guest room, the prior's house converted into a farm building in the 19th century, the surrounding wall (12th - 16th century) whose northern part has been well preserved.
Contact details

Ancienne abbaye Notre Dame de Grestain

2169 route de l'estuaire

27210 FATOUVILLE-GRESTAIN

Phone : 02 32 57 72 10

Booking

Recommended for individuals Obligatory for groups

Rates

Gratuities
Base rate - full rate adult From 3 €
Base rate - full rate adult From 15 €

Opening times

Single

From 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2017
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday : 10:00-18:00

Services

Pets accepted

Activities

Learning activity

Temporary exhibitions

Conferences

Specific theme activities

Facility

Guided tour

Visits

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Visite guidées sur demande - yes
Average time75 minutes -

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