All aboard! Funstackers if you’re passionate about railways, you’re in for a treat with this popular attraction! Enjoy a big day out on the world’s smallest public railway with a journey on the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway. Built on the longest 10¼” narrow gauge the railway runs from the bustling seaside and harbour town of Wells to the picturesque village of Walsingham on the banks of the River Stiffkey.
Where can I find The World's Smallest Railway?
Enjoy the wonderful 4-mile (6.44 km) journey through the Norfolk countryside. The ride takes around 30 minutes each way, and well-behaved dogs may sit at their owners’ feet on the train for free. On arrival, you are given ample time to have a potter around Walsingham, which is famous as a centre of pilgrimage and has restaurants, shops, pubs, and cafes to get a spot for lunch or supper and visit the famous National Shrine of ‘Our Lady’.
- Trains run daily between March and November, with additional services over the Christmas holiday and February half term, with trains departing hourly from 10 am – 4 pm.
- Free Car Parking with Ample Space for coaches as well
- Tearoom, Gift Shop, Play Area, gallery and crafts studio
- The full history of the Wells and Walsingham Railway is provided in a specially prepared guidebook
- Adults: £7.50- £9.00, Under 16s: £5.50 – £7.00.
- Children 4 and under travel for free!