Hunstanton Tourism Information Centre

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The Hunstanton TIC is situated in the distinctive Town Hall situated on the Green in the centre of Hunstanton town.

Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre has been awarded 'official partner' status by Enjoy England, the country's official tourist board, which required meeting quality standards covering the accommodation that is promoted and booked through the centre, customer service and staff training.

Hunstanton Tourism Information Centre

The Hunstanton TIC is situated in the distinctive Town Hall situated on the Green in the centre of Hunstanton town.

Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre has been awarded 'official partner' status by Enjoy England, the country's official tourist board, which required meeting quality standards covering the accommodation that is promoted and booked through the centre, customer service and staff training.

Site Information
Opening Times:
Open daily year round at varying times, please see website
Website:
Address:
Town Hall, The Green, Hunstanton, PE36 6BQ, Norfolk
Visitor Information
Refreshments (nearby)
Yes
Dog friendly
Yes
Nearby Attractions
Attraction 1:
Hunstanton Cliffs
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0.23 Miles Away
The famous red and white striped cliffs at Hunstanton are an eye-catching attraction. And during a visit to the cliffs you can have fun discovering the history and nature of the area by scrambling at the base of the cliffs for fossils, looking for creatures in the rock pools on the beach below, or taking a leisurely stroll to view the old buildings perched on the cliff top.
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Attraction 2:
Hunstanton Heritage Gardens
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0.63 Miles Away
Hunstanton Heritage Gardens stretch from the Green through the Esplanade Gardens and round the cliff top to the lighthouse.
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Attraction 3:
Hunstanton Wolf Trail
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0.63 Miles Away
Explore the gardens and cliff top scenery to trace the story of St Edmund, Hunstanton’s most famous visitor and first patron saint of England. The story and legend or St Edmund, Hunstanton’s most famous visitor can now be explored by a series of way markers which lead you from the cenotaph in the cliff top gardens to the dramatic cliff top location of St Edmund’s chapel.
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Attraction 4:
Ruins of St Edmund's Chapel, Hunstanton
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0.63 Miles Away
The chapel, now in ruins, was erected in 1272 in memory of St Edmund who landed at Hunstanton in 855 to be crowned King of East Anglia. He led an army against Viking invaders but was defeated, captured and martyred. He became the first patron saint of England.
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Attraction 5:
Hunstanton Lifeboat Station
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1.13 Miles Away
Hunstanton Lifeboat Station has seen several different types of rescue craft during its history. It saw the RNLI’s first motor tractor and today it operates an inshore B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat and one of only four inshore rescue hovercraft.
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