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Walsingham Abbey, Walsingham
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Walsingham Abbey is located in Walsingham. Walsingham Abbey is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Walsingham Edition.
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Found.! An attraction that allows dogs on a lead. What a better way to spend an afternoon, walking through the well managed grass footpaths. Over the bridges and streams. with the ruins and monuments ... read more »
This is a nice abbey and also has a pretty walk also over a bridge. I always come here when I visit Walsingham and it fits in with the peaceful vibe of the village.
What a beautiful place! It is so peaceful here and the ruins are fabulous. Take a walk around the site and you will be rewarded with some stunning views. Well worth a visit.
Very peaceful and beautiful grounds to walk around
Michael van der Hoeven
Impressive large ruins. The history is also quite interesting as it directly relates to Henry VIII and the formation of the Anglican church (series of the Tudors).
Surprising what you find along the narrow streets.
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