Heritage

Immerse yourself in Norfolk and Suffolk's rich heritage, whether in a historic home, visiting one of the many mills or churches scattered throughout the countryside or visiting a fantastic museum

East Anglia Transport Museum

This fascinating museum lets visitors see history in motion as they learn about the development of mechanical transport

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Lowestoft Museum

Lowestoft Museum is housed within Broad House, which is a Grade II listed building dating from 1685

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St Mary’s Church

Situated about a mile from the village and within Somerleyton Hall’s extensive grounds, stands St Mary’s Church

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Somerleyton Hall

Somerleyton Hall is widely acclaimed as one of the finest stately homes in the UK

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St Lawrence, Brundall

The church of St Lawrence is a Grade II* listed building that dates back to the 13th century

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St Olave’s Priory

Founded in about 1216, this small Augustinian priory is dedicated to Olaf, an 11th-century Norwegian king

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British Sugar Factory

Cantley is well-known for its sugar beet factory which was constructed in 1912

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St Nicholas, Buckenham

The impressive church of St Nicholas lies peacefully surrounded by trees and fields near the River Yare

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Strumpshaw Steam Museum

If you're looking for a great family day out on the Wherry Lines, you might want to visit Strumpshaw Steam Museum

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Victoria Arcade

Opened in the 1920s as the Central Arcade, the shopping area was refurbished and renamed the Victoria Arcade in 1987

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