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Museums, Stately Homes and Gardens
Fairhaven is 130 Acres of ancient woodland and water gardens. There is a private broad on which you can take a boat trip. Fairhaven also has great calendar of events; see the website.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden website
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
School Road, South Walsham,
Norwich, NR13 6DZ
Gressenhall 'Museum of Norfolk Life' is set in a 50 acre site. Here you will find a working farm, The Workhouse museum; the outbuildings of which have been re-created as Victorian and Edwardian dwellings, and a woodland adventure playground.
Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse website
Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse
Norfolk, NR20 4DT
Holkham Hall, built between 1734 and 1764 by Thomas Coke, and still inhabited by his decendants, is set in 3000 acres of parkland, which is home to 800 fallow deer. Though lived in, the hall is open to visitors, there is also the Bygones Museum, the History of Farming Exhibition and a lake cruise.
Holkham Hall website
Norfolk, NR23 1AB
Houghton Hall is a Stately Home set in beautiful gardens which are divided into smaller gardens, and incude a 5 acre walled garden, an Italian Garden and a rose gaden. There is also the Model Soldier Museum and a picnic and play area.
Houghton Hall website
Norfolk, PE31 6UE
Hoveton Hall Gardens is 15 acres of both formal and informal gardens and woodlands. There is a Kitchen Garden, a Clemetis Walk and the Water Garden and the lake, among others.
Hoveton Hall Gardens website
Hoveton Hall Gardens
Lynn Museum tells the history of West Norfolk from the iron age to the 20th century. It is home to Seahenge, Norfolk’s Bronze Age timber circle.
Lynn Museum website
Market Street, King's Lynn
Norfolk, PE30 1NL
The Muckleburgh Collection is a military museum with over 120 tanks, guns and vehicles in addition to thousands of other items including memorabilia and a unique collection of naval and civilian model ships.
The Muckleburgh Collection website
The Muckleburgh Collection
Muckleburgh House, Weybourne Rd, Kelling, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7EG
Sandringham House is the country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. The house is open to the public and there is a museum housed in the former coach houses and stable block.
Sangdringham House website
The Sandringham Estate
Estate Office, Sandringham
Norfolk, PE35 6EN
Somerleyton Hall is a Tudor-Jacobean stately home. The gardens at Somerleyton Hall include a walled garden and a yew hedge maze which was designed and planted in 1846.
The Time and Tide Museum is a museum of Great Yarmouth Life from its Ice Age origins to the present. It is housed in a converted Victorian herring curing works and offers hands on displays, an audio guide and archived film footage.
Time and Tide Museum website
Time and Tide Museum
Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth
Norfolk, NR30 3BX
Thursford has all sorts of things to discover: there's the Steam Collection, the Mechanical Organs, 'olde worlde' shops ad restaurants including a traditional ice cream parlour, an Adventure Playground and a Silent Movie Theatre. In November and December they also put o the Christmas Sectacular, the largest Christmas show in England.
Thursford Collection website
Norfolk, NR21 0AS
Yesterday's World is a museum of social history. It has 20,000 square feet of shop scenes and displays, a 19th century Carousel, sound and light shows, a Victorian Tea Room and more.
34 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth
Norfolk, NR30 2EN
Blickling Hall, Gardens and Park
Blickling, Norwich, NR11 6NF
Elizabethan House Museum
South Quay, Gt Yarmouth, NR30 2QH
Felbrigg Hall, Garden and Park
Felbrigg, Norwich, NR11 8PR
Horsey, Great Yarmouth, NR29 4EF
St George's Guildhall
29 King Street, King's Lynn, PE30 1HA
Oxburgh, Kings Lynn, PE33 9PS
Berney Arms Windmill
Castle Acre Priory
Castle Rising Castle
Great Yarmouth Row Houses & Greyfriars' Cloisters
Free to visit:
Binham Market Cross
Caister Roman Site
Cow Tower, Norwich
North Elmham Chapel
St Olave's Priory
Thetford Warren Lodge
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
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