Wymondham is an ancient market town with historic buildings including the Abbey church and timber-framed Market Cross. Market day is Friday. Wymondham is pronounced 'Wyndham'.
TI (limited opening) Market Cross. Tel. 01953 604721.
A museum of Wymondham's history in Britain's first model prison built in 1785. Two original cells can be seen.
Displays include a re-created brush-making workshop which tells the story of the town's biggest industry. Tearoom.
Open Apr-Oct, Daily 1300-1600.
The Abbey was founded in 1107 and is unusual in having two towers.
Open Daily but occasionally closed.
An 11 mile standard gauge preserved railway from Wymondham Abbey station (¾ mile)
through rural Norfolk to the market town of Dereham. Refreshments at Dereham.
Open please see the website for days of operation, train times and special events.