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These ancient ruins are described as the undiscovered gem of South East London. Surrounded by ancient woodland with great walks and a site of geological interest where children can dig for shark teeth and ancient fossils.
The beautiful and fascinating ruins of a 12th century abbey. There are also attractive gardens and a great view of the London skyline from the hill behind the ruins, and the surrounding ancient woodland is an enchanting display of nature. There is also a small visitor centre and café.
great place to go jogging or for walk. There is a nice coffee shop and the abbey ruins are nice too.
The ruins in Abbey Wood are of Lesnes Abbey, built in 1178. The surrounding area is landscaped and contains a visitor centre. The woods around the Abbey contains paths for hiking and are part of the Greenwich Green Chain walk - a 40 mile network of signposted walks connecting South East London's…