Discover the atmosphere of one of England’s most significant historic sites on an unforgettable day out. In the year 1066, the armies of King Harold and William the Conqueror clashed here at the Battle of Hastings. Now, you can stand on the very spot where this decisive struggle was fought and England’s future decided. See the Harold stone, marking the spot where King Harold fell, or walk the battlefield trail to encounter carved wooden sculptures depicting Norman and Saxon soldiers. Take in the beautiful Sussex landscape, and enjoy the fresh air and open spaces surrounding the breathtaking ruins of the Abbey built, by William shortly after his victory. Dogs: Allowed on a lead in the outside areas.
Missy2123/03/2022 at 8:54 pm
Really dog friendly – dogs are permitted throughout the whole site, including the gift shop and cafe, and there were water bowls out for the dogs as well.
Staff were very friendly with all the visitors. We did the tour, but there is an audio guide also available.
Parking is £4 for the full day (free for English Heritage members)