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Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument

Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument Summary

  • Address: Bath (Map)
  • Owner: English Heritage
  • Administrator: English Heritage

Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument Description

A memorial to commemorate the Royalist leader Sir Bevil Grenville, killed at the Battle of Lansdown Hill on 5 July 1643, during the English Civil War. The memorial was erected in 1720 and was restored in 1777, in 1829 and again in the 1970s-80s. It is thought to have been placed at the centre of the royalist attack on the parliamentary positions.

Opening Times - 2011

  • Any reasonable time

Admission Prices - 2011

  • Free Entry

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Additional Info for Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument

  • YesOpen All Year

Heritage Groups

  • YesEnglish Heritage

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