(See also First Time Visitor?)
Information on Walsingham and the surrounding area can be obtained from
The Tourist Information Centre: (Common Place) 01328 820510
For information about the Walsingham Abbey grounds 'Snowdrop Walk' (February/March each year) please telephone the Walsingham Estate Office 01328 820259 or visit the Abbey website www.walsinghamabbey.com
The Abbey grounds (20 acres of tranquil and picturesque gardens, woodland and river walks) and the Shirehall Museum are open daily 1000 – 1630 from the beginning of April to the end of October.
The Wells-Walsingham Light Railway is the longest 10 ¼" narrow gauge railway in the world. It runs to a timetable from Wells-next-the-Sea to Walsingham throughout the summer (Weekends beginning on Good Friday).
See Wells and Walsingham Light Railway website for information, fares and timetable.
Enquiries: 01328 711630
Guided Tours of Walsingham – cover all the places of interest and introduces visitors to this fascinating village, one of the most famous places in England during medieval times – a place of pilgrimage since 1061; a market town and legal centre during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Guided Tours available throughout the year by arrangement
For further information or bookings telephone: 01328 820250
TOURS LEAVE FROM THE TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE - 1100 Wednesdays & Thursdays (Easter until the end of September) and 1400 Saturdays (June – September).