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Discover Norfolk's history of rebellion in Wymondham

A small market town in Norfolk, Wymondham is around nine miles outside of Norwich and has many important historical links. Wymondham Abbey is regarded as one of the region's most impressive religious buildings, while the town's most famous son Robert Kett led a rebellion during the reign of Edward VI in 1549.

Plenty to see and do in Norwich

With vibrant Norwich only a few miles away, a trip to the region's key city is an absolute must. From its incredible hilltop castle to its 11th-century cathedral there's plenty of history to enjoy in the city, while it also boasts top performing arts at the Theatre Royal, great shopping at intu Chapelfield and football action at Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium.

Take a trip to the Norfolk coast

While in Wymondham you'll be spoilt for choice, with great attractions and sights all around you. Head west to explore the stunning woodland of Thetford Forest Park, which offers ideal landscapes for cycling or a relaxing walk. Alternatively, take a drive east to visit the Norfolk coast and famous seaside resorts including Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Planning a trip to Wymondham? Travelodge Norwich Cringleford Hotel is only a 10-minute drive away, while Travelodge Norwich Central Hotel is another great accommodation option in the local area.