Walsingham Abbey

The grounds of Walsingham Abbey are famous for the spectacular ruins of the original mediaeval shrine, the Priory of Our Lady of Walsingham, a world renowned place of pilgrimage.

Today the ruins stand among lawns, trees and meadow, with river walks along the River Stiffkey which runs through the grounds.

In early spring the woods are filled with a spectacular display of massed naturalised snowdrops.

Walsingham Abbey Grounds is normally open to the public throughout the year.

Visit the Abbey website for more information.