Specialist knowledge available for those interested in
growing and caring for violets. King's
Lynn ( see main King'
Lynn page) (where
to stay in King's
Exhibition on Thetford and Breckland life. Thetford (where to stay in Thetford)
Remains of the gatehouses of a large 15c fortified
manor house. Baconsthorpe
Rare and endangered animals.
A marsh mill, one of the best and largest remaining
in Norfolk. Burgh Castle
Extensive remains of a benedictine priory. Binham-on-Wells
Medieval cross marking the site of an annual fair
held from the reign of Henry I until the 1950s. Binham-on-Wells
Exciting changing programme + exhibits of over 100
artists. Holt -Norfolk
One of Norfolk's last remaining windmills. Great Bircham
The surviving basement, most likely used for storage,
of a large 14c building, probably a merchant's house. Blakeney
A 3.5m long sand and shingle spit, summer home for
over eleven species of seabird.
17c hall, gardens & parkland. Blickling
810ha of beach with 4 miles of tidal foreshore, sand
dunes, and saltmarsh, including the site of the Roman Fort
of Branodunum. King's Lynn
STEAM MUSEUM AND GARDENS
Rides on three narrow gauge railways and a set of
Victorian Steam Gallopers.
Late 14c merchant house once used as a prison. Norwich
Impressive walls, with projecting bastions, of a 3c Roman fort. Burgh Castle
The remains of a Roman site. Caister-on-Sea
The north gateway to the medieval planned town of Acre with flint towers. Castle
The remains of a Norman manor house, which became a castle with earthworks, set by the side of the village. Castle Acre
Priory built for Clunaic order monks. Remanis include
chapel and 15c gatehouse. Castle
A fine mid 12c domestic keep, set in the centre of
massive defensive earthworks. Castle
CHURCH OF THE
The ruined nave of a priory church of the Canons of
the Holy Sepulchre.
NORWICH AVIATION MUSEUM
Aircraft on display, some of which the public can
enter. Horsham St Faith
A circular brick tower, which once formed part of the
14c city defences. Norwich
The ruins of an Augustinian abbey. North Creake
Museum featuring exhibits of Victorian Cromer and
collections of local natural history, archaeology, social
history and geology. Cromer
A 16c building with panelled rooms and 19c frontage. Great Yarmouth
Woodland and water gardens with a combination of
cultivated and wild flowers. South
One of the finest 17c houses in Norfolk. Felbrigg
NORFOLK RURAL LIFE MUSEUM AND UNION FARM
History of Norfolk over past 200 years. Gressenhall
Remarkable Neolithic flint mines, unique in England, comprising of over 300 pits and shafts. Grimes Graves
Council Chamber on view to public. Norwich
AND BYGONES MUSEUM
18c Palladian style mansion. Holkham
A drainage windmill which was working until 1943, now
restored by NT. Horsey
ICENI VILLAGE AND
Reconstruction of village of Iceni tribe as it is believed
to have been 2000 years ago. Cockley
Local lifeboat history and RNLI in general. Cromer
Geology, archaeology and natural history of the area. King's Lynn
GARDENS AND COUNTRYSIDE
A 15c moated manor house.
MUSEUM FOR EAST ANGLIA
The history of the sea and fishing industry in East
Anglia. Great Yarmouth
Miniature village on scale of 1:12 set in a landscaped garden. Great
Collections of tanks, armoured cars, trucks and WWII
artillery, plus weapons from the Falklands and Gulf
Regularly changing series of travelling
exhibits. Great Yarmouth
Originally a water mill, Caley Mill is set in gardens of
lavender, roses and herbs.
Draught horses and mountain and moorland ponies can
be seen. West Runton
WILDLIFE CENTRE AND COUNTRY PARK
Wildlife park with collection of British and European
wildlife, plus a narrow gauge railway and a rare breed farm.
Remains of a Norman chapel.
NORFOLK RAILWAY MUSEUM
A steam railway, trains operate most days between March and October.
Norman Castle Keep built in 12c. Norwich
Originally a Benedictine foundation, this Norman
building has the largest monastic cloisters in England.
OLD GAOL HOUSE
Two 17th-century Row Houses. Great
This moated house was built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family, who still live here.
A working farm, where lambing can be seen in spring
and deer calving in summer.
WATERFOWL PARK AND NATURE RESERVE
Home to collection of waterfowl and waders set in 200
acres of Norfolk countryside.
ANIMAL ADVENTURE PARK
Home for farmyard animals and more exotic
BELIEVE IT OR NOT!
Museum specialising in collection of the odd and
bizarre. Great Yarmouth
NORFOLK REGIMENT MUSEUM
Social and military history of the country regiment
is displayed from 1685.
In summer avocets can be seen, in winter waders and
SANDRINGHAM HOUSE, GROUNDS, MUSEUM & COUNTRY PARK
Private country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. Sandringham
CENTRE FOR VISUAL ARTS
Displays include European art of 19th and 20th
centuries and ethnographical art including African tribal
sculpture and Oceanic works.
This 311ha property includes a landscaped park, plus
views of coast and countryside from viewing towers. Upper Sheringham
Original Georgian courtroom including a prisoner's lock-up. Little Walsingham
The largest surviving English medieval guildhall, now in use as an Arts Centre. King's
Remains of an Augustinian priory. St Olaves
HUNGATE CHURCH MUSEUM
Museum of church art and brass rubbing centre. Norwich
The 14c gatehouse is the best preserved part of this Cluniac
priory built in 1103. Thetford
The ruins of a small, two-storeyed medieval house,
set in pleasant woods.
Animals and birds from Asia are the main inhabitants of the 250-year park. Features include an underwater viewing
area where large crocodiles can be seen. Filby
Collection of organs - barrel, street, fairground and a Wurlitzer cinema organ. Thursford
Once the town's court house and gaol and dungeons,
this 13c building is now open for visitors. Great Yarmouth
MUSEUM OF LYNN LIFE
Museum depicting the life of the merchants, tradesmen and families who made King's Lynn a prosperous place. King's Lynn
Village with working sawmill, vintage vehicles, and
steam-hauled trailer ride. Fleggburgh
Ruins of 12c Augustinian priory, in the grounds of
the Abbey. Little
The ruins of an early medieval manor house within a
shallow rectangular moat.
WALSINGHAM LIGHT RAILWAY
Longest ten and a quarter inch gauge track in the
Exhibits of Royal memorabilia.
Wetland site of international importance. Welney