Category: Heritage Attractions


Holkham A historic village on the north Norfol coast, Holkham is situated beside Holkham National Nature Reserve, the largest reserve in England. The reserve covers an area of sand dunes, salt marshes, and woods, providing habitat for a large variety…

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Time and Tide Museum

Time and Tide Museum Time and Tide is a very popular museum detailing Great Yarmouth’s rich maritime history. The museum is located in a converted Victorian factory originally used for curing herring. The museum tries to recreate eras that illustrate…

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Great Yarmouth Row Houses and Greyfriars Cloister

Great Yarmouth Row Houses and Greyfriars Cloister Near Yarmouth’s historic quayside stand a pair of early 17th century merchant’s houses, later converted into tenements, and nearby is the ruin of a medieval friary. The Row Houses are a reminder of…

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Berkeley The town of Berkeley stands on the eastern bank of the Severn estuary. There’s a lot of history in this small Gloucestershire town – most of it centred on the formidable fortress of Berkeley Castle. The castle is famous…

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Rodmarton Manor

Rodmarton Manor An unusual early 20th century manor house of Cotswold stone, one of the last traditional country houses in England. Rodmarton Manor was built for Claud and Margaret Biddulph in 1909, by Ernest Barnsley, who created a lovely house…

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