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Came across this Priory whilst looking for a ‘raw milk shop’. It was a cold, drizzly day, the Priory building itself is intact, therefore dry, there are a lot of ruins to the side which are worth exploring. It is a remarkable building with a...More
I stumbled across this place whilst out driving for work in the lanes. I had not heard of it before. So I went back to visit on my day off. And was not disappointed. What a lovely spot of history. Building is in great shape...More
The English Heritage handbook only pays scant attention to this site – the website is slight more positive when it describes Binham Priory as one the most complete and impressive monastic ruins in Norfolk.
This Benedictine Priory was founded in 1091 by a nephew of...More
Binham Priory, I've been before but today the big difference was our great guide, Robin, who went out of his way to answer questions and explain much about the fabric of the church. He filled out the many knowledge gaps we had and brought to...More
Wonderful visit to this place, delighted to find so much love around it, the ruins surrounding a flourishing church at its heart. Beautifully cared for. Active farm near by with little cafe where one can sit and have a drink.
We visit lots of historic sites but this one is very special. The different architecture you can plainly see, the intact naive standing alongside the ruins of what must have been a magnificent building. You can buy gifts here too & there's some indoor exhibits
Wet to binham for my raw milk tday and found it has changed. Only for the better a lovely small building in the old abbey grounds with raw milk vending machine. Freezer for ice cream , hot chocolate made from raw milk ,chease and butter...More
This building is a beautiful and peaceful place out in the country. Once a priory and now a parish church, yet the monastic feel to the building is still present. Visited as a tourist but I would still like to attend a service.