Kings Lynn Tourism Information Centre

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The distinctive King's Lynn Town Hall is the historic venue that houses the King's Lynn Tourist Information Centre.

Kings Lynn Tourism Information Centre

The King's Lynn Town Hall (The Trinity Guildhall) is a truly magnificent building in King's Lynn. Dating back to 1421, when the Hall of the Trinity Guild was rebuilt after a fire, the Town Hall is home to the temporarily relocated King's Lynn TIC.

The Council-operated Tourist Information Centre in King's Lynn provides comprehensive information on local events, attractions and accommodation as well as information about other destinations and attractions in the East of England.

Site Information
Opening Times:
April to September: Monday to Saturday, 10.00-17.00; Sunday, 12.00-17.00. October to March: Monday to Saturday, 10.30-16.00; Sunday, 12.00-16.00.
Address:
Stories of Lynn, Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn, PE30 5DQ, Norfolk
Features
Architecture
Nearby Attractions
Attraction 1:
Seahenge, Holme Timber Circle
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0.22 Miles Away
Seahenge was a prehistoric monument located in the village of Holme-next-the-Sea, near Old Hunstanton in Norfolk. A timber circle with an upturned tree root in the centre, Seahenge was built in the 21st century BCE, during the early Bronze Age in Britain, most likely for ritual purposes. After excavation and preservation the monuments permanent home is Lynn museum in King's Lynn.
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Attraction 2:
Church of All Saints, Tilney All Saints
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3.24 Miles Away
Beautiful Grade I Listed ‘Marshland Gem’ with double hammer-beam roof with Angels and impressive Norman arcade in nave. Jacobean chancel screen and 15C choir stalls. Peaceful atmosphere.
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Attraction 3:
Church ruins of St Mary, Islington
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3.4 Miles Away
St Mary's is a mainly fourteenth-century cruciform church, and sits in the richest of all ecclesiastical belts that stretches from King's Lynn to Wisbech. The romantic buttressed and battlemented tower retains two bells, and within the chancel are fine monuments to the Bagges family. Parts of the church are now ruined although the tower and chancel still have a roof.
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Attraction 4:
Middleton Mount
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3.43 Miles Away
Middleton Mount is the remains of a medieval castle. The castle was built by the Normans on a pre-existing Anglo-Saxon estate centre, a common practice after the Norman conquest of England.
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Attraction 5:
Wiggenhall St Germans
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3.77 Miles Away
Wiggenhall St Germans is situated 5 miles south of King’s Lynn and has developed on both east and west sides of the River Great Ouse.
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