The picturesque Broadland village of South Walsham is situated 9 miles from Norwich and boasts 2 churches in the same churchyard. Today St Lawrence is used as a parish hall and St Mary, the grander of the 2 buildings, is open for worship. South Walsham has its own post office, 2 public houses, some very pretty cottages, a village green and a broad that is located about a mile from the village. There are some lovely walks in and around the village and broad and an abundance of wildlife to be seen.
Tourist Attractions in South Walsham
Located between Wroxham and Acle in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, discover 180 acres of natural gardens and wildlife sanctuary. It is famous for its collection of naturalised candelabra primulas, rare plants and shrubs. Enjoy the wildlife, boat trips and children's nature trail, browse around the plant sales and gift shop and then indulge in the delightful tearooms.