Offers in East Anglia
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Bure Valley RailwayThe Bure Valley Railway is Norfolk’s longest Narrow Gauge Steam Railway and operates between the old market town of Aylsham and the bustling Broads towns of Wroxham and is within easy reach of Norwich and the coast. It was built on the track bed of part of the former Great Eastern Railway and the nine mile line runs through a stretch of lovely rural Norfolk, following the river Bure through meadowland and ancient pastures, stopping occasionally at small country villages.Closest station: Hoveton & Wroxham
2FOR1 on adult entry (excludes tours)Closest station: Ely
Harwich Maritime Museum2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September. We are closed for the Winter.
Located in the former Low Lighthouse, built in 1818 as one of a pair of leading lights for the harbour entrance. An active radio link to harbour control serves as a reminder of the lighthouse's time as a pilot signal station.
The museum is full of nautical memorabilia from photographs and paintings to ships in bottles and lighthouse bulbs. There are displays on the Royal Navy, including uniform and badges, and local commercial shipping.
A fantastic view of the shipping activity in the harbour is obtained from the top floor.Closest station: Harwich Town
Harwich Redoubt Fort2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September Daily 10.00-16.00.
Winter months - Sunday only.
An extremely impressive 180ft (60m) diameter circular fort built in 1808 to defend the port of Harwich against a Napoleonic invasion. Ten guns sit on the battlements. Eighteen casements below would house 300 troops in siege conditions.
Part of the fort is now used as a military museum. Battle re-enactments and other events are held during the summer months.
The fort was restored by the Harwich Society as a voluntary project.Closest station: Harwich Town
High Lighthouse2FOR1 offer is available 1 May to 30 September. We are closed for the Winter.
The High lighthouse was built in 1818 to replace a light over the Town Gate. This and the Low Lighthouse were used in transit to aid navigation into the harbour.
Withdrawn from service in 1862 and now houses the Wireless and Television Museum.Closest station: Harwich Town
Lifeboat Museum2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September. We are closed for the Winter
A lifeboat was first stationed in Harwich in 1821, though it was not until 1876 that the organisation now known as The Royal National Lifeboat Institution placed a boat here together with a shed in which to keep it (now the Harwich Society's Lifeboat Museum). The RNLI Lifeboat was withdrawn in 1917, but following a massive increase in leisure boating activity in the Harwich Haven, this was restored in 1965 when a lifeboat shed was built on Ha'Penny Pier (since replaced by the Cafe) to house an inflatable lifeboat.Closest station: Harwich Town
Woodbridge Tide Mill
2for1 entry to the MillClosest station: Woodbridge