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King's Lynn and West Norfolk Highlights

A wonderful maritime town, surrounded by charming, unspoilt countryside and coast.

Did you know that Kings Lynn has more Graded buildings than any other town in the country? The historic town is hosting a jam-packed day of HODs events, look out for colourful re-enactors, children’s activities, music, dancing, miniature trains, boats, classic cars and exhibitions!

Thanks to The King’s Lynn Civic Society working with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, the Red Badge Town Guides, businesses, residents and Friends Groups there is a brilliant programme in Kings Lynn for HODs this year. You can visit houses, offices, gardens, churches, chapels, towers and tunnels not normally open to the public, on Sunday 10 September.

Enjoy the delightful Lynn Museum - which has open doors for HODs - where you can discover the story of West Norfolk and their current headline exhibition "Hoards: Archaeological Treasures from West Norfolk'.

Lynn Museum C. Norfolk Museum Service

Then, from Kings Lynn out to Hunstanton, there are opportunities to see and climb the lighthouse and join tours of Old Hunstanton Hall and Drove Orchards Fruit FarmPrebooking required for all.   

Hunstanton Lighthouse