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Easton Farm Park
Just over 25 years ago Easton first opened it's gates to visitors. Over one million visitors have since enjoyed a day in the country at Easton Farm Park.
One of the the best specialist breeding zoos in England.
Mole Hall Wildlife Park
Mole Hall Wildlife Park was first opened to the public in 1963 and has continued to grow. The park is privately owned by the Johnstone family. It covers about 20 acres of gardens and grounds.
Museum of East Anglian Life
The museum has several buildings of historic merit and all, with the exception of Abbot's Hall barn, have been moved to the site. They include a watermill, a windpump, a blacksmith's forge, a chapel and an industrial workshop.
National Horseracing Museum & Tours
Learn about the horse racing and the history of racing at this museum in Newmarket. Info on the museum, its tours, facilities and opening hours.
Roots of Norfolk at Gressenhall
Roots of Norfolk is set in 50 acres of beautiful countryside at the heart of Norfolk. The museumís collections of rural and Norfolk life are housed in Georgian workhouse buildings dating back to 1777 and there is a traditional farm, worked by heavy horses.
Colchester Zoo Essex England devoted to furthering understanding and respect for animals. A recognised international centre of excellence. Devoted to conservation research and education.
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