Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Shirehall Museum

ruined East Window of 13th century Walsingham priory church
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A place of pilgrimage since the 11th century, ruins of medieval priory, river and woodland walks leading into unspoilt woods and parkland famous for spectacular snowdrops in early spring. The Shirehall Museum houses an original Georgian courthouse, in use until 1971, displays on the history of Walsingham, local photographs and artefacts. Tourist Information and gift shop.

Venue Type:

Museum, Garden, parklands or rural site, Sacred space

Opening hours

1 February-Easter
Daily 10.00-16.00
Last entry 15.30
Easter-End October
Daily 10.00-16.30 Bank holidays inclusive
Last entry 16.00

Admission charges

Admission: £3.50
Concessions: £2.50
HHA Members: Free

Collection details

Social History

Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Shirehall Museum
Common Place
Little Walsingham
NR22 6BP







01328 820510

Estate Office

01328 820259

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