Situated three miles inland from Wells, known as England’s Nazareth, housing both the Roman Catholic Shrine of our Lady and Anglican Shrine.
Chocolate fun from Dale at The Chocolate Deli. A bag of local goodness from Walsingham Farms Shop. A wander in the grounds of Walsingham Abbey, home to the spectacular ruins of the medieval priory. Riding the light railway from Walsingham to Wells. Fine Fish and Chips from The Norfolk Riddle. The creative collective of artists and shops at Great Walsingham Barns, look out for signs in the village. Mouth watering pies from Walsingham Café at Great Walsingham Barns. The recently refurbished Black Lion Hotel with its hearty menu and eclectic interior. A sea of snow drops in the Abbey ground in early spring.
Did you know?
Walsingham has been a place of pilgrimage since medieval times.
Coasthopper bus stops
Walsingham is connected to the Coasthopper via the 29 bus that runs from Wells to Fakenham. You will find stops at:
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