If you plan to book a self-catering cottage in the countryside or a small village check the location carefully and remember to plan your grocery shopping.
The history of Brandon from the Stone Age to the present day. Displays include a flint knapper's workshop.
Open SSu & BH 1030-1700.
The extensive parkland is managed for wildlife. Forest paths, lake, orchard, walled ornamental garden.
Visitor Centre with wildlife exhibition. Waymarked trails. Tearoom. Tel. 01842 810185.
Open Visitor Centre Daily 1000-1630 (1530 Nov-Mar). Park Daily dawn-dusk.
The ruins of an early medieval manor house, surrounded by a shallow moat. Admission free.
Open Any reasonable time.
A nature reserve of Breck heathland noted for its Breckland flora and population of rare stone curlews.
Hides. Visitor Centre. Refreshments. Tel. 01842 827615.
Open Apr-Jul, Daily 0930-1630.
Note: The Nature Reserve is 1¾ miles from Weeting Castle.