Sun 4th July – 1.30pm – The Monastery of Paisley Heritage Walk

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Paisley Abbey from Cotton Street

Today Paisley Abbey is the last remaining building of the Monastery of Paisley, established in 1163. on the banks of the River White Cart. This Heritage walk will explore the estate and boundaries of the Monastic Precinct, looking at the possible locations of buildings such as the Lady Chapel, Abbots House and other key sites such as the Deer Park, Orchard and even the monastic hospital. The Walk will be slow, on public footpaths around the town, and is suitable for anyone including wheelchairs and Mobility scooters.

Cost £7 per person – Booking now closed


Code: UH-HW10  Date: SUNDAY 4th July Time 1.30pm. Meeting Point: West Front of Paisley Abbey on Abbey Close.

Cost £7.00 By booking a ticket you accept that the Urban Historian cannot provide refunds if you are unable to attend the event as the circumstances are outwith the Urban Historian’s Control. If the event is cancelled by the Urban Historian a refund or opportunity to attend another event will be provided.

Theme: Elation by Kaira.
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