Heritage

Immerse yourself in Norfolk's rich heritage, whether in a National Trust property, wandering through ancient woodland, exploring ruins in the countryside or having an afternoon tea in a former medieval church

North Norfolk Railway

Only a 3-minute walk away from Sheringham station, the North Norfolk Railway is a heritage steam railway running between Sheringham and Holt

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Worstead Heritage Trails

Discover Worstead's heritage at your own pace with the village's free-to-download heritage trails

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All Saints Church

Located just north of Salhouse village, you'll find the pretty thatched church of All Saints

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Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall is one of the most elegant country houses in East Anglia under the care of the National Trust

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Heritage Open Days

The hugely popular annual Heritage Open Days festival sees thousands of people exploring hidden gems throughout Norwich and Norfolk, all for free!

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St Mary, Antingham & the ruins of St Margaret’s

Behold the ruins of St Margaret next to St Mary, Antingham, a Grade I Listed building

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Wroxham Signal Box

The beautifully-restored historic Wroxham Signal Box is a special place to visit during its open days under the care of the Wroxham Signal Box Trust

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Sheringham Museum

Sheringham Museum is situated on the seafront where it tells the story of Sheringham's history through its people and boats

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Cromer Museum

Visit Cromer Museum and imagine what life in Cromer was like at the end of the 19th century

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RNLI Henry Blogg Museum

The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum was founded to commemorate a local legend who became a national hero

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