North Walsham is a busy country town with a large market on Thursdays.
More than 80 motorcycles from the 1920's to the 1960's, also a collection of early Dinky
and other makes of die cast toys.
Open TWThF 1000-1630, Sat 1000-1430.
Displays and artefacts illustrate the history of North Walsham, including its railway history and local industries.
Open M-F 1000-1400.
A small museum of local maritime and coastal history in a coastguard lookout built in 1928.
Exhibits and photograps also cover local trades, the former railway to Mundesley and locally found fossils.
Open Jun-mid Sep, M-F & Sun 1100-1600 (closed 1300-1400).
Bus Coasthopper 2 from Bus Station (Travel Hub) in New Road (½ mile from station) to Mundesley, Gold Park, 25 minutes journey, M-S about hourly, Sun & BH 2-hourly. Also 34 to Esplanade, Beach Road, 16 minutes journey, M-F only, infrequent. All buses return from the Gold Park stop in Mundesley High Street. Operated by Sanders Coaches.
Near the museum there are paths sloping down the cliffs to Mundesley's sandy beach.
The Museum tells the story of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads with iconic boats, tools, household items, photographs,
brochures, souvenirs and even a water bicycle! Light refreshments. Picnic area.
Open Apr-Sep, TWThSu 1100-1500.
Bus 6/X6 from Bus Station (Travel Hub) in New Road (½ mile from station) to Stalham, Yarmouth Road (near Millside). 24 minutes journey, M-S about every 2 hours. Buses return from Stalham High Street. Operated by Sanders Coaches. Buses also operate from Hoveton & Wroxham.
Stalham Firehouse was opened in 1833, one of the oldest Fire Brigades in England. The Museum has
a collection of fire brigade items including an original horse drawn pump engine. Admission free, donations welcome.
Open Apr-Sep, MTThF 1000-1400.
Bus as Museum of the Broads above.
Hickling is the largest of the broads and the reserve is a great place to see wetland wildlife.
Highlights include marsh harriers and rare swallowtail butterflies.
Visitor Centre, trails and birdwatching hides. Boat tours in summer (see website).
Open Visitor Centre Apr-Oct Daily 1000-1700, Nov-Mar SSu 1100-1600.
Bus 6/X6 from Bus Station (Travel Hub) in New Road (½ mile from station) to Sutton (Elmhurst Avenue stop) then 3½ miles walk. About 30 minutes journey, M-S about every 2 hours. Operated by Sanders Coaches. Buses also operate from Hoveton & Wroxham.