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Wonderful place in Norfolk to visit any time of the year we choose autumn everything about the place is beautiful I come home feeling very blessed for having had quality time with so many lovely people in such a spiritual place I always look forward...More
Had no pre-conceived ideas about the shrine at Walsingham as I am not a religious person but this is a lovely place. Gardens, cafe, a good exhibition telling the whole story and of course, the shrine itself.
Only had a few hours to spare but made the morning mass at 11.30 am in the small modern chapel which was intimate and had pews in a circle. Glad we had this experience. Afterwards we visited the main chapel which had all the altars...More
We visited this shrine aand really enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere. The whole area is so well kept especially the gardens and pathways for meditating in. The shrine itself has many chantry chapels with information and silence was kept all the time we were there. The...More
Just got home from my very first pilgrimage. It’s a beautiful, holy place and I would recommend anyone to visit here.
The locals outside of the shrine are so friendly and we’ve definitely made friends for life.
It’s in a quiet, rural Norfolk setting and...More
Not to be missed, the atmosphere in Walsingham is so peaceful and uplifting. Little Walsingham is where the ancient "Slipper Chapel" is, a delightful little chapel of prayer. It's next to the Catholic Church where something seems to be going on all the time in...More
An ancient pilgrimage site, for hundreds of years.
The nearby village is small but well maintained. There are a couple of pubs plus a shop.
At the Catholic shrine (1 mile away) there is an ancient, small slipper chapel plus a larger church which has...More
If you are in the area, make a point of visiting this place. It might not be everyone's cup of tea but give it a chance.
There is a small car park uphill from the square, reasonably priced by the hour or day.