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Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 1AB
|The Hall is open to the public between April and October on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays. You can also visit the Bygones Museum, History of Farming, walled gardens, gift shop and cafe, which are open every day between April and October. The park has a nature trail around the lake and is ideal for picnics.||Holkham||01328 710 227|
Walsingham, NR22 6BP
|Walsingham village, known as England's Nazareth, has been a destination for pilgrims since a Saxon noblewoman had a vision of Mary here in the 12th century. It has both an Anglican shrine, containing the Holy House, a replica of the house in Nazareth where Gabriel announced the birth of Jesus, and the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady.||Walsingham Shrines||01328 820 510|
|Wells and Walsingham Light Railway
Wells-next-the-Sea, off A149, NR23 1QB
|The narrow gauge railway runs for four miles between Wells-next-the-Sea and Walsingham during the summer months every weekend from Good Friday. For times and prices follow the website link.||Wells and Walsingham Light Railway||01328 711 630|
|Wells Harbour Railway, Beach Road, NR23 1DR||This narrow gauge railway will take you from the town to the beach. It runs for a mile between Wells harbour and Pinewoods Holiday Park, which is next to the beach and the pine woods. For times and prices follow the website link.||Wells Harbour Railway|
|Wells Maltings Cultural Centre, Staithe Street, Wells-Next-the-Sea, NR23 1AU||Opened after restoration of the old Maltings building in 2019, the new centre hosts a range of arts events including drama, music, dance, film, comedy, art, poetry, heritage exhibitions, talks, community activities and more.||Wells Maltings||01328 710 885|