Burnham Market
& nearby attractions

Burnham Market

This very popular picture-perfect village is a traditional “market” town, with a butcher, fishmonger, delicatessen, hardware shop and post office, as well as over 30 highly original and independent specialist shops (selling a wide range of home accessories, prints and paintings, books and clothing  https://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/destination/burnham-market

Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea is a popular destination for both families, and offers a variety of activities, attractions and things to do. You can go crabbing on the quay, visit the beautiful beach, walk through the pinewoods, ride on an open top bus or explore the colourful sights and sounds of the arcades, or even take an Alpaca for walk along the coastal path!        https://wellsguide.com/about-wells-next-the-sea/highlights/

Fakenham and Stately Homes

Head inland to Fakenham, you may even be able to enjoy a day at the races, along with shops, pubs, cafes, cinema and bowling alley for entertainment. https://www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/explore/visit/fakenham/things-to-do-in-fakenham

Norfolk’s history of wealthy landowners means a legacy of magnificent stately homes that are open to the public, including Sandringham, Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall (home of Britain’s first Prime Minister), the National Trust owned Blickling Hall, Belbrigg Hall and Oxburgh Hall  https://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/post/stately-homes-in-norfolk-to-visit

Norfolk Lavender

Founded in 1932, Norfolk Lavender is England’s premier lavender farm, renowned worldwide and open to the public all year-round. Set in beautiful gardens with around 100 acres of Lavender fields and an oil distillery, it also has an animal farm and play park, farm shop and restaurant plus on-site shops selling lavender, plants and gifts.  https://norfolk-lavender.co.uk/

Heritage Railways

With three beautifully restored century-old stations, the North Norfolk Railway runs from Sheringham to Holt, and is one of the most scenic heritage railways in the UK. The journey takes in some of the most unique views of the coast and countryside and the sight of the steam train making its way through the countryside is a sight to behold.   https://www.nnrailway.co.uk/

It’s also worth taking a journey on the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway – the world’s smallest public railway!  https://www.wwlr.co.uk/


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