The garden and grounds surrounding Walsingham Abbey are famous for the spectacular ruins of the mediaeval Priory and place of pilgrimage, together with an unrivalled display of massed snowdrops in February. Visitors today can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere surrounding the Priory ruins, wildflower meadows, 18 acres of woodland carpeted with snowdrops in the season, or romantically green in summer, and quiet river walks alongside the Stiffkey.
Wheelchair users can reach some, but not all, of the woodland. Some gravel and some boarded pathways. Rough meadow grass and unsurfaced woodland paths. Manual wheelchair available on request.