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Visit this working forge set in the heart of the Norfolk countryside where William Crane started in 1865 to become one of the biggest trailer makers in England.

Dereham Lane, Crane's Corner, Great Fransham, Norfolk, NR19 2HX

tel: 01362 687116

 

The Sandringham Estate, Estate Office, Sandringham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE35 6EN

tel: 01485 543637        

 
Walsingham Abbey Grounds

Set in the picturesque village of Little Walsingham, the Abbey Grounds contain the ruins of the famous Augustinian Priory.

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

tel: 01328 820510

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Historic Castle Acre guided walks

Walks around the beautiful and ancient village, led by a guide (organised by the Friends of Castle Acre Church). Walks will generally take place on Saturday mornings and on the dates and times found at; http://www.historiccastleacre.com

Castle Acre, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 2XD

tel: 07885 240603

 

Grade II listed remains of a tower, said to be part of gatehouse dating from 15th century and believed to have formed part of the wall of a fortified house.

Dilham Hall, Dilham, Norfolk, NR28 9PN

tel: 01692 536777

 
King's Lynn Air Raid Shelter

Two structures, which have lain hidden beneath the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn, would have provided protection to people during the Second World War.

Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1JJ

 

One of the earliest purpose-built artillery blockhouses in England, this brick tower was built in about 1398-9 to command a strategic point in Norwich’s city defence.

William White Place, Gas Hill, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 4LH

tel: 01603 213434

 
Happisburgh Lighthouse

Lighthouse Lane, Happisburgh, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 0PY

 
Trinity Guildhall

The King's Lynn Town Hall (The Trinity Guildhall) is a truly magnificent building in King's Lynn. Dating back to 1421, when the Hall of the Trinity Guild was rebuilt after a fire, the Town Hall is the perfect venue for a variety of events.

Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5DQ

 
Grime's Graves Prehistoric Flint Mine

Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grime’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons.

Lynford, Thetford, Norfolk, IP26 5DE

tel: 0870 333 1181

VistEngland VAQAS

 
Hardley Cross

The original wooden Hardley Cross was erected here in 1543, marking the ancient boundary of the legal powers of the City of Norwich and the Borough of Great Yarmouth on the River Yare.

Hardley Staithe, Norfolk, NR14 6BU

tel: 01603 756094

 
Langham Dome

Langham Dome provides a fascinating insight into the technology underlying anti aircraft gunner training during WW2, and into life on the airfield and in surrounding villages at the time.

Langham Dome, Cockthorpe Road, Langham, Norfolk, NR25 7BP

tel: 01328 830169

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The Gaywood Clock was erected in 1920 by local people in memory of the fallen.

Lynn Road, Gaywood, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 4PR

 

Remains of an earthworks fort, probably Iron Age, with the parish church standing within it. Interpretation panels explain the fort and the church.

Near Tasburgh church, Tasburgh, Norfolk, UK

 
Castle Acre: Bailey Gate

The delightful village of Castle Acre boasts an extraordinary wealth of history and is a very rare and complete survival of a Norman planned settlement, including a castle, town, parish church and associated monastery.

Fiddlers Hill, Castle Acre, KING'S LYNN, Norfolk, PE32 2BH

tel: 01223 582700

 
Maritime Trail Plaque

King's Lynn welcomes a new permanent trail within the town, taking each visitor through the town's amazing maritime history.

King's Lynn Town Centre, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

tel: 01553 763044

 
Greyfriars Tower

Greyfriars Tower is the last significant remaining part of a friary established in the 1230's by a group of Franciscan Friars (followers of St Francis of Assisi).

St James Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5EZ

tel: 01553 763044

 

The site of Venta Icenorum, the Roman capital of Norfolk. The Roman fortifications can be seen in several places.

Caistor St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk, UK