Norfolk Churches offer an insight into Church Cathedral History

Visit some of East Anglia's historic Churches in the Norfolk Area

Norfolk isn't only home to some of the world's most renowned beaches and countryside, it is also home to some historically significant churches still standing in their original form. From the round tower church of Yaxham, to Wymondham Abbey and Benedictine Priory, Norfolk and East Anglia are becoming quite well known for their churches exquisite architecture and fine religious artifacts. Anyone interested in the history of the church would find a trip to Norfolk to be quite interesting and fulfilling.

Some of the Churches you can Visit in Norfolk

Come to Norfolk East Anglia to see some of the world's oldest churches still standing and serving their local parish. Many of the Norfolk churches within the local proximity offer a rich history throughout the ages, so take a walk through history on your next vacation to Norfolk by paying a visit to some of the historic churches of Norfolk.

Make sure that you check out the following churches on your next trip to Norfolk to capture a sense of the rich historical culture that resides in the area:

Saint Peters Church in Yaxham is a perfect example of the Norfolk Round Tower shaped churches constructed from locally available knapped flint stone materials.

Norwich Cathedral with its massive Spire that can be seen when you view the Norwich skyline from afar, said to be the second tallest cathedral spire in the country.

Belaugh Church situated in the small quiet village of Belaugh Norfolk with its ornamental screens and images of the apostles.

Repps with Bastwick St. Peter Church in the Great Yarmouth area near Potter Heigham village and the River Thurne.

Wymondham Abbey with its rich history dating back to when it was a Benedictine Priory, then became Wymondham Abbey and now serves as the local parish Church.

Yaxham Church Tower

Norfolk's churches are amazing, both in abundance and in sheer historic beauty. Anyone with even the slightest interest in the history of the churches of Britain would find a trip to Norfolk to be an excellent opportunity to view some of the countries best preserved church buildings.

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