Wymondham is a bustling market town about 9 miles south west of Norwich, just off the A11. The town has witnessed a long and fascinating history, including Kett's Rebellion, religious upset, and the devastation caused by the Great Fire of 1615.
Today, the attractive town centre is home to many fascinating buildings, streets and shops. From countless picturesque riverside walks, to the 15th century inn, a historic railway and the ever-popular music festival held every year, this charming Norfolk town offers it all: a lively atmosphere, bags of character and plenty to see and do.
The town is well served by roads and public transport (see below). Parking near the Abbey is limited - use the town centre car parks marked on the map below; the Abbey is then a short stroll through the town.
Coming by car
Wymondham is just off the A11 about 9 miles south-west of Norwich. From the south there is a prominent brown sign just after Attleborough, immediately after a petrol station.
To get to the Abbey, follow postcode NR18 0PH; see the note above about parking.
Coming by public transport
Wymondham has regular train services from Norwich, Ely and Cambridge. Frequent bus services from Norwich and Attleborough stop at the Market Place and coach services stop at Fairland Green. Public transport information: 0871 2002233 or try the Traveline East Anglia site
Tourist Information Centre
The Wymondham TIC is situated in the historic Market Cross in the Market Place. It is open from April to October, Mon - Sat 10:00 to 16:00. Telephone 01953 604721, e-mail email@example.com