Members of CSSC benefit from a great range of discounted and free days out and shopping vouchers.
With origins dating back to the early 11th century, the site adopted many religious functions over the years (including as a church and priory) before eventually becoming home to one of the most prosperous and important abbeys in the country: the final resting place of King Harold II, the last Anglo-Saxon king of England, and later housing the Waltham Bible. Although the abbey was dissolved in 1540 (the last monastic house in England to be surrendered to the Crown), visitors can still see a fine 14th century gatehouse and bridge that remains, as well as the walls of the post-medieval house that was built following its dissolution.
Open any reasonable time during daylight hours
- Present your CSSC membership card along with photo ID to gain free entry to participating sites.
Our partner may have limited internet coverage, so tap on your digicard before setting off. It will stay live on your phone for three days.
- Free entry includes yourself, one other adult and accompanying children (max. 6 under the age of 18)
- Click here for a list of sites where parking charges apply