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.
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.
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.
Tel. 01953 600205.
Open Mar-Oct, M-S 1000-1600.
The Abbey was founded in 1107 and is unusual in having two towers.
Tel. 01953 607062.
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.
Tel. 01362 690633.
Open please see the website for days of operation, train times and special events.