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Cryptic Escape Norwich
#1 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
We were then required to use the materials supplied to obtain codes to unlock a large number of padlocks securing sites where further clues were hidden.
#2 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
#3 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
As indeed does the expansive cathedral itself with numerous corners of historic interest and the cloisters are a must - a stroll here is both calming and interesting with great views of the cathedral and stone fla...
What makes this place even more interesting is the Hawk and Owl trust who have a gazebo in the grounds with telescopes set up so visitors can view the resident peregrine falcons, amazing sight, the volunteers have...
Long Melford Church Long Melford
#4 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
If visiting it's worth also walking up the long drive at Kent well hall as it gives great views of the church .
It is a spectacular building, finished in 1484, on the site of a previous smaller church, which was on the sight of a Saxon church, which was reputedly on the site of a Roman temple.
Hickling Broad Hickling
#5 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Lovely quiet boat trip, fab stops at two hides and lovely views from the tall tower.
Wonderful trip with my wife and only four others on the boat seeing the sights of the largest broad.
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral Bury St. Edmunds
#6 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Brilliant Tower Tour lots of steps with amazing views tower guides Stephen and Paula were very knowledgeable and excellent hosts it's a must do when visiting Bury
The Cathedral itself is an amazing building and there are always people there on site to either give you a guided tour or just to tell you many of the Cathedrals interesting facts.
#7 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
We had lunch in the Mardlers Rest Cafe on site which was excellent - good value, friendly staff & lovely tasty food - their sausage rolls are excellent - really meaty full of flavour & lovely flaky pastry!!
The museum also consists of several buildings such as the schoolroom, chapel, post office etc which were all well presented, and interesting to view.
#8 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
We all came out having enjoyed it, we learnt new things about the city we lived in, I saw history of a landmark my grand parents once owned and thoroughly enjoyed the whole time there.
We had passed the museum on the way to view the Cathedral in the morning and decided to return later but being strangers to the area found it hard to find for a second time and the local signage sent us off in the...
#9 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
On private land is the original site of the Abby which is open to the public from Pump Square which also has a museum.there is also a Methodist chapel and a Orthodox Church.
The religious sites are well worth a visit and so tranquil and calm.
#10 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
This lighthouse is well worth a look , take the guided tour , lasts about 25 minutes , very interesting and informative experience, great views and great history,never been in a lighthouse before and would certain...
The staff were very friendly and knew a lot about the lighthouse and its history, great view from the top over Southwold and to the nearby villages, so a lovely photo opportunity.
#11 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
When outside enjoy a stroll through the church garden and graveyard, whilst admiring the views over the valley.
So peaceful and beautiful grounds and views outside - a real treat for church lovers.
#12 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
fantastic venue, compact, charming, comfortable, close to the stage, great view and great bar.
sat in box c - great views.
Castle Acre Priory Castle Acre
#13 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
A wonderful herb garden by the entrance selling all sorts of wonderful plants at exceptionally good prices too - would definitely recommend visiting (on a fair day rather than wet as most of the site is outdoors).
It is only when you visit sites like Castle Acre Priory that you realise how the destruction during the Dissolution of the monasteries and the Civil War has deprived us of some stunning buildings.
Wymondham Abbey Wymondham
#14 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
went into the Abbey and straight away WoW the height was amazing, the first thing you see is this amazing font, the vaulted ceiling with its carved Angels, and the Reredos with its tester is a site to behold.
Interesting historical site with a warm welcome from an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide
#15 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Visited Happisburgh lighthouse The staff are friendly and very knowledgeable well worth a visit The views from the top are stunning
Quite a climb to the top but when you get there , the view is fantastic & well worth the effort .
#16 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The lawns are perfectly manicured and there's steps and slopes to allow access to a wide variety of nooks and crannies where benches are plentiful and views spectacular.
Beautiful gardens very attractively designed - each garden different, the higher ones with lovely view of the beach - well worth a visit.
Church Farm Stow Bardolph
#17 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The fact there was inside and outside animals/ and play areas meant my children could do activities and view animals depending when the rain decided to arrive/ leave!
#18 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
You can walk around and through the many separate levels in the building and view some furnishings on chairs that have been immaculately restored to their original state, as well as one of only two existing table...
The building alone would make it worth visiting, but the carefully-planned tour takes you through a series of rooms showing how life was lived over the centuries from the time of the first buildings on the site.
The Abbey Bury St. Edmunds
#19 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
As well as being impressive we also found the site to be quite peaceful, there are plenty of places to sit and take everything in and I'd definitely recommend a visit.
The added info trails are useful and, combined with the 3D model on view, help to evoke what this 'town within a town' must have been like in its prime.
#20 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Tour lasts about an hour and a half, you get to see, mares and foals, stallions, and get to enjoy the most stunning views.
It's very easy to find and get to with good free parking on site.
Thursford Fakenham
#21 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
upon entering the show site as you pass the puppet band at the gateway a whole world of Christmas unfolds before you to the right a giant illuminated great oak tree lit in red with large whit babbles hanging from...
Absolutely fantastic from start to finish, we were sat right at the back on the raised seating but our view was superb and I might add the seats were very comfortable.
#22 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
On a visit to lavenham we walked up the hill to the St Peter & St Paul church,England's largest parish church,with the magnificent stain glass windows and stone arches to view it was well worth the walk.
Jonathan, of the Lavenham Priory, invited us to view the bell-ringing on the Sunday of our arrival.
#23 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The view is incredible, you can see for miles, Cromer and beyond, the lighthouse, the pier, cliffs, totally forgot my fear of heights and took some great photos.
lovely church and well worth a trip up the tower when its open for excellant views over cromer .and a nice place to reflect
Cromer Pier Cromer
#24 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Lots of cafes, shops, there's a theatre and spectacular views from the pier, best to book theatre in advance gets very busy, amusements for the kids too, or you can just sit and watch the world go by.
The atmosphere was lovely and upbeat, the view great from the top of the cliffs and the evening fine but crisp weather, perfect for evening.
#25 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
There is a cafe on site selling delicious meals at reasonable prices, a farm shop which i would say is a little pricey but if you tend to buy local produce from farm shops i'm sure you'd find it reasonable.
lovely place to see good food and lots to do for the kids ,a good farm shop , walks and views and fresh air
Blickling Estate Blickling
#26 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
A wonderful day spent exploring this beautiful National Trust property,this is a real gem wonderful house beautiful grounds with seats everywhere so you can sit relax and enjoy the stunning views
The self-guided tour worked very well with knowledgable staff in every room and lovely furniture and tapestries to view.
Holkham Hall Wells-next-the-Sea
#27 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The car park attendant was really helpful in directing us to the lake where the Osprey had been fishing, and we had some unforgettable views of this incredible bird in an amazing setting.
Today we returned to view the superb mansion now managed by the 8th Earl of Leicester together with the large acreage mainly down to arable crops including barley, oil seed rape, sugar beet and grass for silage, b...
#28 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
Views of the track from around the circuit are excellent and the pit walk was free, brilliant.
The spectator areas are very well kept and the site is capable of looking after large numbers of people great viewing for everyone for all the on track action.
#29 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The short tour of the house provides a insight into the life of the Royal Family thanks to the enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides, whilst the well kept grounds and gardens provide some great views.
As well as the beautiful array of trees, there is a platform to view Snettisham beach from and the most amazing tree carvings to look at (i've attached some pictures) including Pooh's house!
#30 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
good staff and knowledgeable , near parking and food venues local history wonderful views and riverside walks plenty for all the family to do , boat lake ,park ,tow But rums s mill and Sutton Hoo near and Suffolk...
An opportunity to witness and view an unique piece of rural history, in a wonderful area of natural beauty and boating activity, highly recommended