Inchcombe Abbey

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Inchcombe Abbey was built after David I, invited Augustinian canons to establish a priory on the island to honour a promise his brother had made. It was raised to full abbey status in 1235 and is now the best preserved group of monastic buildings in Scotland.

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Public Transport

Forth Tours provide a direct bus link from Waverley Train Station in Edinburgh. Alternatively, take the train to South Queensferry/Dalmeny and walk approximately eight minutes to the Hawes Pier at South Queensferry, where you can take a ferry to Inchcolm Abbey and Island.

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Opening times (1 April - 30 September):
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09:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:3009:30 - 17:30

Prices:
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£4.70£3.70£2.35

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Address: Inchcombe Abbey, from Queensferry, Fife, FY£ 0UA, Scotland.
Phone: +44 1383 823 332
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