The picturesque village of Little Walsingham is famous for its Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham and for being an important site of pilgrimage throughout the middle ages.
High Street and Gate
The Shrine Shop
The Bull Inn
Hidden from the street view are the attractive Priory Grounds, where the remains of the 12th Century Priory are located. Here you will find what is left of the Great East Window of the Priory Church. The entrance to the grounds can be found at the Shire Hall Museum located near the village pump. The gardens are a perfect and peaceful place to sit and take in the surroundings of flowers and the magnificent trees. Walks take you through wooded areas and over the quaint River Stiffkey where an old stone bridge can be found. Walking further brings you out to wonderful views of the Abbey house.