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The Wells & Walsingham Light Railway

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Fun looking for fairies

My daughter and I went one way on this (it was full on the way out so hubby drove us to Walsingham... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Sarah Louise R
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Another day...another little train ride!

Enjoyed our return trip to Walsingham on this train. Potters along a track between Wells and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

My daughter and I went one way on this (it was full on the way out so hubby drove us to Walsingham and daughter and I got it back to Wells). As it was the school holidays it had an enchanted fairy theme and we...More

Thank Sarah Louise R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyed our return trip to Walsingham on this train. Potters along a track between Wells and Walsingham through some lovely countryside at a sedate pace. The staff were great and obviously passionate about this little piece of history.

Thank IndianaEssex
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having spent the morning walking from Wells to Holkham and back, which incidentally was lovely, we spotted the signs for this railway. Decided to give it a go, as it felt too early to head back to our holiday cottage. I was imagining some sort...More

1  Thank Catherine C
Reviewed 1 week ago

This little gem on the outskirts of Wells is recommended. The staff are excellent - very friendly and helpful (I noticed them offering to take pictures of passengers, answering questions about the train and helping with pushchairs etc). The journey takes about 30 minutes each...More

Thank AM7772013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Family run , made the journey fun with a fairy hunt to add to the fun. Lovely views across the whole journey.

Thank jackieeveritt2017
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its a fair amount of money with I found very hard to fine but our grandaughter had never travaled by that sort of train before so I found the money.....she did love looking out for the witches etc tho

Thank GillR38
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We arrived at the small run down station over an hour before the next train and were the first people there. Unfortunately they do not operate a queue system or a ticketing system so despite waiting over an hour with our 3 year old and...More

1  Thank clare c
WWLR, Owner at The Wells & Walsingham Light Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

HI Clare, Thank you for your feedback and I'm so sorry you had such a disappointing day with us. The day in question (and particularly the train you wanted to board) was overwhelmingly busy for us in what is a busy season. This is no...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Another trip to Walsingham and back on the little railway. The track was teeming with fairies which was delightful to us grown ups too Very friendly staff and welcoming service would definitely recommend

Thank Skevsue
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wow, wasn't expecting this little railway to be as good as it was. The trip from Wells to Walsingham is a long one and scenic and takes you to within walking distance to the centre of Walsingham. And wow, what a place Walsingham is. Didn't...More

Thank X8685WHjamesf
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

OMG!!! Its a little train!! Journey from Wells to the pretty village of Walsingham takes about 25 mins, travelling through the Norfolk countryside. So much fun!! We drove to the little station at Wells and you have to walk a little to go into Walsingham....More

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scoobyACZ
10 September 2018|
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Response from Ken J | Reviewed this property |
Children 4 years of age, carers and dogs (if room) travel for free
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Caroline K
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Response from Paul J | Reviewed this property |
Wisbech to the railway at Wells-Next-The-Sea is 1 hour 23 minutes. Also allow 15 minutes for the Hardwick roundabout at King's Lynn which can be a nightmare in summer.
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