The Medieval town of Little Walsingham, often referred to as "England's Nazareth" has been a place of pilgrimage since Saxon times and is famous for its Shrine of Our Lady and its ruined priory.
Little Walsingham has lots of medieval houses
In the heart of north Norfolk, Little Walsingham has to date largely avoided the commercial 20th century. It's tourism remains predominantly religious.
Little Walsingham village
Unspoilt Norfolk village-feels like going back in time. It's unspoilt ancient, sleepy feel, now one of it's greatest charms to those not drawn to the shrines.
Little Walsingham Priory
Little Walsingham Priory grounds are open to the public, with spectacular snow drop and bluebell woodland walks. Access from the market square, entrance £3.50 adults, family concessions and annual passes available.
Little Walsingham Priory ruins
Snow drop woods at Little Walsingham priory gardens
Snow drops are usually at their best in February
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