Wymondham (/ˈwɪndəm/ WIN-dəm) is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, England, 9 ⁄2 miles (15 km) southwest of Norwich, just off the A11 road from Norwich to London which now bypasses the town. The parish includes large rural areas to the north and south of the town itself.
Restaurants in Wymondham
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Wymondham Abbey is located in the market town of Wymondham and is the town's parish church. As well as being an active church with services every day, the Abbey is also a hub for the community for events such as family activities and Concerts. In November 2015 the Abbey Experience opens with improved facilities including accessible toilets, enhanced visitor experience including the display of original artefacts and manuscripts and hands on activities for adults and children to engage in the heritage of this special place. There is lots to see at the Abbey and our Stewards are always on hand to answer questions. The Abbey also has a shop which sells souvenirs, locally made gifts and produce, seasonal products and spiritual books. There are regular events at the Abbey so do visit the Abbey website for further details and to check opening hours.
We happened to be walking away from the station and saw the Abbey so decided to take a look. It was extremely interesting and absolutely stunning. There is also a lovely shop inside selling a wide variety of quality items. Highly recommended.
5 based on 35 reviews
Buy our fresh free range eggs from The Egg Shed, Norfolk’s only egg vending machine! Monday - Saturday 8:30am - 6pm Closed on Sundays The Hen House Farm Cafe & Gift Shop Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 2pm Closed on Sundays & Mondays Great coffee, homemade cakes & scones as well as lovely gifts & cards. Enjoy it all in a shed on a working farm.
I have visited several times great choice of coffee and teas ,with the bonus of home made scones and cake. The gift section is very useful from interesting cards to pottery and cushions. Several cold drinks available,which are not full of sugar and additives. It is a great setting on a working farm,which you must bear in mind (It isn't a play area).Good to see a farm diversify,and a Young woman making a go of her business,please keep it up
4 based on 61 reviews
A wonderful, multi award-winning station opened in 1845 and a floral delight, still served by regular mainline trains on the Norwich to Cambridge line. Winner of National Rail Awards 'Small Station of the Year' 2006. Home of the Brief Encounter Restaurant and Coffee Shop famed for it's home-cooked lunches and afternoon teas and voted one of the UK's Top Ten Station Eateries in 2009.
what a lovely little place , reminds me of old times easy to get to and lovely scenery - what is not to love ? if you are in the area stop by !
5 based on 26 reviews
Drivers seeking the opportunity to drive the latest Lotus models at the famed manufacturer’s facility in Hethel, near Norwich now have the chance to follow in the wheel tracks of Lotus legends. From as little as £119 for its ‘Scare Yourself Sensible’ package right through to the intensive ‘Gold’ course at £799, the Lotus Driving Academy offers a range of driving experiences suitable for anyone looking for a more involving and informative track session that will enhance and hone their driving skills. - For any licence holder over the age of 21 - Postal and E-Gift vouchers available
Took the Lotus License 2 and 3 course on Saturday and Sunday. Absolutely brilliant. Instructor was fantastic. I had so much fun. Learned heaps. I have every intention of returning for their private lesson course. A big thanks to the whole crew who made for a most memorable time. (I thought I was going to have to slip a 20 to the instructor to let me drift but it turns out it was part of the course!)
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Wymondham Heritage Museum tells the story of Wymondham, the daily lives of its inhabitants, the town's heroes and villains and great events from its past. Situated in the Bridewell which, has served as a prison, police station and courthouse, it is full of history that can be enjoyed by all the family. Explore Wymondham's colourful history and learn about its people from Prehistoric times, the Iron Age, the Romans and Saxons to Wymondham's beautiful medieval Abbey. Learn about the Bridewell from its beginning in 1785 as a 'model prison' and see what life would have been like for a prisoner in the recreated dungeon. Follow the story of Robert Kett, leader of Tudor England's most inspiring rebellion. Find out about Wymondham's Great Fire of 1615 and how a new Market Cross was built. Learn about farming and shopping before mechanisation and supermarkets and visit a recreated Wymondham 1930s grocery and general store. Hear the story of Wymondham's brush industry and operate a working brush-making machine. There are also displays on Victorian Wymondham and the two World Wars, DVD films and sound presentations and a variety of things for young visitors to do. Open March to October Mon-Sat 10am - 4pm Run entirely by volunteers who will be pleased to welcome you. No trip to Wymondham is complete without a visit to this remarkable museum.
We found the displays about local history very interesting, but were disappointed that the cafe was not open on the day of our visit and we were not warned about this when we paid our admission. We only really went into the building to use the cafe as we thought we would rather support their cafe rather than one of the commercial outlets in the town.
5 based on 19 reviews
An aladins cave! Well worth a look, some lovely items, good if you have a present to buy, or something for yourself. A good selection, candles, lanterns, garden items and plants, rugs, cushions, jewellery, dream catchers, the list could go on. Very friendly.
4 based on 25 reviews
We went to Wymondham (careful with that pronunciation, folks) for a talk in the museum and took the opportunity to explore at lunchtime. We ate our packed lunch under the market cross and checked out tourist info too. The lady was super helpful and told us where the local park was. I thought parking was really cheap in the car park! Made it worth staying all day! Very pretty town, we will be back!
5 based on 6 reviews
An invitation to visit the historic workshops of one of the greatest Formula One teams. Classic Team Lotus is the Works historic motor sport activity in the Lotus group of companies. The race shop is at Hethel in the same building from which Team Lotus operated in the late 60s and 70s. The Team Lotus mechanics that supported Champions such as Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Mario Andretti, Emerson Fittipaldi, Graham Hill and Jim Clark continue to care for the World Championship winning Lotus F1 cars that won 77 Grand Prix. Classic Team Lotus is pleased to offer the opportunity for a privileged insight of everything that went into creating the Team Lotus Legend. This will include: Welcome by Clive Chapman (when available) Tour of the Classic Team Lotus race shop History and technical significance of cars displayed The Team Lotus archive Film presentation of a slice of Team Lotus history Visitors will be provided with: Photo opportunities with an F1 car Complimentary Classic Team Lotus print presenting all of the Team Lotus single seat racing cars (signed by Clive Chapman, if requested). Time: 5pm - 7pm
I have been on this tour a few times now and cannot recommend it enough.
Classic Team Lotus is a fully functioning historic racing team and yet as busy as they are the very warm welcome you receive is worth the visit itself. Clive Chapman, son of Lotus founder Colin Chapman, welcomes you and explains how the company was formed from the original Team Lotus. You are then taken of a tour of these historic workshops by Sapphire, Steve and Tom, all of whom have a wealth of knowledge about the cars and team. As for some of the tales they tell, well you wont find some of these in books! You are then allowed to look round at your own leisure taking as many photos as you wish. Being a fully operational racing workshop the Lotus F1 cars are not displayed as in a museum, i.e. roped off, but are there, right in front of you being prepared for their next event.
All in all, a wonderful, friendly, informal evening for anyone interested in the history of one of the all time greatest Formula 1 teams.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We visited in June 2015 for a wedding reception, you drive past 2 pink cottages and up a long driveway and arrive at the very impressive Kimberley Hall. It is a wonderful setting, the house interior is beautiful and the Gardens are well maintained with lovely views of the lake.
Canapes were served to the waiting wedding guests, in very plentiful amounts and very nice – chipolatas, spring rolls and prawns. Waitresses served these to the guests inside and those out in the Gardens.
The room where the wedding breakfast was served was really nice. In an L shape it was bright and I loved the brick interior. The food was delicious; chicken served with Pancetta and vegetables (asparagus, sugar snap peas carrot and new potatoes). Dessert was excellent – a huge pavalova served with cream and fresh fruit.
The after meal teas and coffees were served upstairs in a comfy area with sofas. This area overlooked the dance floor.
The downstairs area was laid out nicely for the evening reception, hog roast rolls with crackling was served (and vegetarian options), I did not have one but I heard they were very nice.
It is such a romantic and beautiful setting, a historic house that reminded me of a National Trust property. An ideal setting for a wedding, it really does have the wow factor.
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