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The Street, Thurne, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 3AP

tel: 07796 407864

Perfect area for picnics. Mill opens to the public for events. Thurne Mill often attracts media attention for its iconic impact on the Broads landscape and it’s historical importance.

 

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Caister Lifeboat Station, Skippers Walk, Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 5DJ

tel: 01493 722001

Reopening TBC. Caister Lifeboat Information Centre - tracing over 200 years of history of the country's only independently operated lifeboat.

 

Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2PX

tel: 01493 846125

Arguably one of the most beautiful buildings in the town, Great Yarmouth Town Hall was built in the 1880s and is a classic example of fine Victorian Gothic architecture.

 

Reopening TBC.Scroby Sands Visitor Centre, Great Yarmouth, is the place to find out interesting info all about Great Yarmouth's working windfarm of thirty turbines. Perfect for groups & individuals with an interest in renewable energy.

 

Burgh Castle Roman Fort at Burgh Castle Roman Ruins

Burgh Castle Roman Ruins, High Road, Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 9QQ

tel: 01603 462987

One of the best preserved Roman monuments in East Anglia, and one of the most impressive Roman buildings to survive anywhere in Britain. During the 3rd and 4th centuries AD it was one of a chain of ‘Forts of the Saxon Shore’.

 

The Falcon Brewery, Main Cross Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3NZ

tel: 01493 850578

The Falcon Brewery, Great Yarmouth, a working brewery producing over 7500 pints of craft ale every week, with a Lacons gift shop and a visitor centre charting Lacons local brewing heritage. Shop & museum open Wed & Thurs mid-day to 2pm.

 

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Somerleyton Hall, Lovingland, Suffolk, NR32 5QQ

tel: 0871 222 4244

Come and explore 12 acres of fabulous landscaped gardens, get lost for a while in our famous 1864 yew hedge maze and let our tour guides take you on a grand tour of Somerleyton Hall's sumptuous state rooms.

 

Thrigby Post Mill

Thrigby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 3DY

tel: 01493 369858

Privately owned and visable only over the hedgerows, this post mill of recent construction, almost complete, is on the site of an earlier mill dating from the 1790s. Only open on some Bank Holidays and by special request.

 

St Benets Abbey

(Parish of Horning), Ludham, Norfolk, UK

tel: 01603 462987

Ruins of a monastery founded in AD1020 by King Canute. A 14th century gatehouse with important carvings, 18th century windmill tower, the foundation of the abbey church and a perimeter wall around the 34 acres of earthworks with fishponds.

 

Norwich Road, Caister On Sea, Norfolk, NR30 5JS

tel: 0870 333 1181

Caister Fort: Partial excavated remains of a Roman 'Saxon Shore' fort, including wall and ditch sections and building foundations. Built around AD 200 for a unit of the Roman army and navy and occupied until the end of the 4th century.

 

New Road, Tunstall, Norwich, NR13 3QE

tel: 01362 869394

Stracey Arms Drainage Mill near Great Yarmouth is a drainage mill with access by 2 ladders to the cap showing the brakewheel and gears. Within the mill is an exhibition of the history of drainage mills and a souvenir shop & tea room nearby.

 

Greyfriars Cloisters

Greyfriars Way, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1NU

tel: 01493 857900

Greyfriars Cloisters, Great Yarmouth - substantial remains of a church of Franciscan grey friars dating back to 1271. Access to Greyfriars’ Cloisters is by pre-arrangement only.

 

Horsey Windpump

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Horsey, Nr Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4EE

tel: 01263 740241

Fully restored and once again standing proud over the broadland landscape, Horsey Windpump is complete with new cap and turning patent sails. Explore this historic mill and discover it’s fascinating story.

 

St Olave's Priory

Beccles Road, St. Olaves, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 9HE

tel: 0370 333 1181

St Olaves priory houses a wonderfully complete 14th century brick-vaulted refectory undercroft - later a cottage occupied until 1902 - of a small Augustinian priory.

 

Berney Arms Windmill

c/o 8 Manor Road, Berney Arms, Norfolk, NR31 0QA

tel: 01493 857900

Visit one of Norfolk's best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and in use until 1951, for subsequently pumping water to drain surrounding marshland.

 

Walsingham Abbey Grounds & The Shirehall, Common Place, Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6BP

tel: 01328 820510

Unrestored Georgian prison in the centre of Little Walsingham.

 

Great Yarmouth Minster

Church Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1NE

tel: 01493 858410

Great Yarmouth Minster was founded in 1101 by Herbert de Losinga (Bishop of Norwich), as a penance for an act of simony. It is the largest parish church in the country and arguably the oldest building in Great Yarmouth.

 

St Olaves Drainage Mill

St Olaves Road, St Olaves, Great Yarmouth, NR31 1AB

tel: 01362 869394

The tiny, timber boarded trestle St Olaves drainage mill near Great Yarmouth with a scoopwheel is visible from road and river and can be approached by footpath from the bridge.