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Mount Grace Priory is the remains of a 14th century priory near the village of Osmotherley in North Yorkshire.
Located on the edge of the North York moors National Park, amidst woodland, the site consists of the ruins of a 14th century Carthusian priory church and cloisters and a 17th century manor house constructed from the monk's guest house. The ruins of the priory are one of the best preserved of it's type in the country and one of the monk's rooms (called cells) has been reconstructed for visitors to view.
There is also a museum exhibition with displays and excavated artefacts on view plus there are some attics and two arts and crafts rooms to see. A colony of stoats lives in the underground passageways beneath the priory. There are also gardens with a herb plot.
- Car parking (charge refunded on admission to Priory).
- Free for English Heritage members and National Trust members except for Event days.
- Shop selling gifts, souvenirs and snacks.
- Vending machine dispensing hot drinks.
- Picnic areas.
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