The modern entrance to the Premonstratensian Abbey of St Agatha at Easby is on the west, river-side of the remains. The temptation for visitors is to try and access the ruins via the parish church on the south-east corner of the site. However there is a steep drop and the Ministry erected a helpful warning sign to redirect the unwary.
Behind the sign, from left to right, is the refectory, chapter house, and sacristy.
The site original Ministry finger board helps to direct the visitor arriving from Richmond.