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Norfolk Steam

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TGRA2585

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days Half Board by Coach

Step back in time to an era of coal-fired steam engines puffing a trail through gently changing landscapes. Take a ride on the North Norfolk Railway, the Bure Valley Railway, and visit Bressingham Steam Museum – home to the fascinating collection of the ‘Dad’s Army’ Appreciation Society. And as a special treat we’ve also included a cruise on the Norfolk Broads aboard the famous Mississippi ‘Paddle Steamer’!

PRICE FROM ? £325 per person
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Your Excursions

Full day: This morning to Wroxham – ‘Gateway to the Broads’ – where we join the Bure Valley Railway to the ancient market town of Aylsham. From here we make our way towards the coast and board the North Norfolk Railway, known as the Poppy Line, for its scenic journey through colourful fields, as it winds its way to the seaside resort of Sheringham.

Full Day: Today we visit Bressingham Steam Museum & Gardens. Here you will discover a number of narrow gauge railways around the grounds, tranquil gardens containing over 8,000 species and the official home of the Dad’s Army Appreciation Society’s collection – including a part recreation of Walmington on Sea!

Half Day: A leisurely half day excursion today as we tour into the Norfolk Broads to board the Mississippi ‘Paddle Steamer’ for a lovely relaxing cruise along the meandering waterways.

Everything Included:

  • Free local joining points
  • Collect Coach Miles™
  • All coach travel
  • Reserved seats on tour coaches
  • Tour Manager escorted
  • Hotel accomodation and board as stated
  • No single room supplement
  • Excursions/itinerary as stated
  • Admission fees and entertainment if stated
  • Complete luggage handling
  • Price-Back Insurance Offer

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