Benedictine priory ruins. The nave, with its splendid 13th-century west front and great bricked-up window, is now the parish church.
Nearest Things To Do Norfolk
Heading to Norfolk and looking for something to do or a place to visit nearby. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Norfolk coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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Cromer lifeboat station was established in 1804 and is open to the public with an RNLI shop.
Binham Market Cross, 15th-century cross, on the site of an annual fair held from the 1100s until the 1950s.
Blakeney Guildhall, the remains of the house of a prosperous Blakeney merchant, with a fine 15th-century brickvaulted undercroft. Later the guildhall of Blakeney’s guild of fish merchants.
Castle Acre Priory, one of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England, the foundation of Castle Acre Priory in about 1090. Created after a visit by William de Read more [...]
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden is a garden situated in the heart of the Norfolk Broads near South Walsham in Norfolk. Set over 131 acres, Fairhaven is a mix of Read more [...]
Castle Acre castle, founded soon after the Conquest by the first William de Warenne, initially as a stone ‘country house’. Then converted into a strong keep, further defended by stone Read more [...]
Sheringham Park, landscape park and woodland garden with miles of footpaths and stunning coastal views.
Before the erection of a lighthouse at Cromer lights for the guidance of vessels were shown from the tower of the parish church, these were small, but served a useful Read more [...]
Oxburgh Hall is a 15th-century moated manor house and Tudor gatehouse. The garden and estate at Oxburgh has woodland walks and trails.
Norwich City Hall is the home of Norwich City Council in Norwich, Norfolk. It is one of Norwich’s main heritage sites. An example of art deco architecture, Norwich City Hall Read more [...]