The following attractions are located within 15 miles of PE38:
The dramatic wetlands at Welney, on the Ouse Washes, are home to some of the most spectacular winter gatherings of wild swans. In the summer, Welney offers a relaxing opportunity to see rich varieties of rare waders and other wildlife.
Entrance fee: £3.65 / £2.90
This quintessential Tudor house, with its magnificent gatehouse and accessible Priest's Hole, was built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family, who still live here. The rooms show the development from medieval austerity to neo-Gothic Victorian comfort, and include an outstanding display of embroidery worked by Mary, Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick.
Entrance fee: Not Available
This outstanding 2 acre Victorian garden includes an orangery, summer houses, roses, herbaceous borders, fernery, croquet lawn and a 17th century thatched barn. The town house, built c.
Entrance fee: £4.50, child £2.25, family £14.00
The Town House Museum displays the social history and domestic life of Lynn's merchants, traders and families from Medieval times to the 1950s. In the Medieval room you can try your hand at brass rubbing.
Entrance fee: Adults £1.80
We place ourselves as the ideal venue, whatever the weather, to provide you or your group with an insight into the wonderful and fascinating world of African Violets and gardening needs.Our Visitor Centre enables visitors to share in the secrets and discover the marvel and wonderful world of African Violets and to see examples of how to cultivate and care for them at all stages (talks and demonstrations available by appointment).
Entrance fee: Free admission
The major re-development planned for the museum includes new displays that will tell the King's Lynn & West Norfolk story in a lively and accessible way and serve as a gateway to the borough's rich heritage. These displays will include part of the 4,000 year-old Holme timber circle, popularly known as 'Seahenge', a find of international significance.
Entrance fee: £1 / 60p
Trues Yard Museum is a social history Museum in Kings Lynn, Norfolk. It is an independent Museum run almost entirely by volunteers and depicts the story of the old North End fishing quarter of Kings Lynn.
Ruins of an early C12th defended manor house, built by Hugh de Plais in the 1130's on the site of a C10th settlement. Weeting is one of the earliest inhabited parts of Norfolk, the flint mines at Grimes Graves confirm this.
Entrance fee: Free admission
The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Ely is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Ely, which covers some 1,500 square miles of East Anglia. The story of Ely Cathedral begins in Saxon Times with the life of its founder, St.
Entrance fee: £4.80 / £4.20
The Stained Glass Museum offers a unique insight into the fascinating story of stained glass, an art-form that has been practised in Britain for at least thirteen hundred years. The Museum's exhibits include an early 19th century stained-glass copy of a work by Raphael and an 18th century panel copied from a portrait by the artist Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Entrance fee: £3.50 / £2.50
Oliver Cromwell and his family lived in this fascinating house from 1636 for about ten years, after Oliver inherited the lease from his uncle, Sir Thomas Steward. The house was known as 'The Rectory and Parsonage of the Holy Trinity and St.
Entrance fee: £3.50 / £3
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