Ruined castle dating from 1215
Wander around, read all the boards, and by the end of your visit, you'll understand exactly how this specific ruin was lived in.More on Baconsthorpe Castle Wymondham Abbey rises high out of the middle of the busy market town of Wymondham.Have a walk around it, or pay and go into the precincts of it. You get incredible views over to The Wash and also inland.Again, this is beautifully kept - a real English treasure. The stonework is still very much intact and you get a real sense of how important this castle must have been and how you would have lived life in a medieval castle. There’s also much more waiting for you inside as well…..You can stretch your old grey matter by imagining how the monks must have walked slowly around the cloisters to prayers, been busy in the parlour, or to the refectory to eat their very simple meals - a perfect example of this is Binham Priory. It’s a great family spot to come and enjoy the surroundings of a place that is really quite special.
During the time of the Norman Conquest back in the 10th and 11th centuries, Norfolk formed part of the earldom of Harold I of England.But once you've found it, in amongst the fields, you'll be suitable impressed.This is a wonderful example of an old gatehouse, surrounded by a lake.Dissolved during Henry VIII's time, it is amazing to see this huge east window still standing, alone but strong.
The grounds and museum are open from November to January, the snowdrop walk is open for the month of February and the grounds are also open weekdays in March, so you need to pick your time.
1 – Kilchurn Castle Kilchurn Castle sits on a rocky peninsula petruding into Loch Awe in Argyll and Bute.