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Whispers of Wonder – an evening of magic and history

Get ready for a spellbinding evening of magic, mystery, and history at Anglesey Abbey. On Saturday 13 July, we’ll be joined by a world-class team of magicians led by Doctor of Magic and Three Times Magic Champion Matthew Le Mottée.

  • 13th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
  • 4:15 pm - 9:00 pm

Mystery awaits on the 13 July at Anglesey Abbey. We invite you to join us for a sophisticated evening of magic as the enchanting halls of our Grade I listed building are filled with wonder. You will experience the three Rooms Of Mystery, each sharing a unique flavour of magic, conjuring, and history. Prepare to be astonished by magic presented by two world class magicians and fascinated with hidden stories from a magic historian, all set within the spellbinding ambience of Anglesey Abbey: https://bit.ly/whispers-of-wonder

You will also enjoy exclusive access to the gardens where we will be opening our front lawn to host a perfect setting for a summers evening. There will be food and drink available from the onsite food and beverage truck and you are welcome to bring your own blankets and seating too.

Dress code: Black tie and magic are synonymous – but they don’t have to be if that’s not your style. Dress up in a way that suits you. There are no rules.

Weather: We will be casting a spell to help keep the sun shining upon the grounds of Anglesey Abbey. However, in the event of adverse weather conditions, undercover space will be provided in the form of gazebos and canvas coverage.

All guests are welcome to enter the grounds from 16:15 and stay until 21:00. Each ticket includes a set of 3 mini shows with breaks in between. Reduced access tickets include 2 shows, please see details on the event listing on the Anglesey Abbey website. Please arrive by the time stated on your ticket.

Book now to experience this one-off evening of magic and history. Tickets are limited so do book early to avoid disappointment.

Photo credit: (c) Master of Mystery, (c) National Trust Images / Ray Dale, Justin Minns, Andrew Butler, Mike Selby

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  • Accessibility Guide
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue badge parking
  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Ear defenders
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • On site parking
  • Resturant
  • wheelchair access
  • WIFI

Accessibility Facilities

  • Accessibility Guide
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue Badge Parking
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Mostly flat terrain
  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible
  • Wheelchair accessible

Did you know?

First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.