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There are now ten sites under Trust management. All of them are open to the public to visit, free of charge. You can find out more about all of them on this website.

Middleton Mount

Binham Priory

The Trust owns some of the precinct of the Benedictine monastery, including the gatehouse, the ruins of the east end of the priory church,  the cloisters and many of the buildings that surrounded it. North-east of Fakenham.
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Bloodgate Hill, South Creake

The remains of a large Iron Age fort, rescued by the Trust from plough damage. North-west of Fakenham .
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Burnham Norton Friary

The gatehouse has recently been acquired by the Trust, along with most of the precinct. Near Burnham Market.

Burgh Castle

The remarkable Roman fort, over 1700 years old, and a large tract of the surrounding land. Near Great Yarmouth.
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Caistor Roman Town

A large part of the Roman capital of Norfolk, once called Venta Icenorum, just south of Norwich. In dry weather you can actually see the lines of the Roman streets in the grass.
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Fiddler’s Hill

A prehistoric barrow (burial mound) between Binham and Warham, in north Norfolk.

Filby Chapel

The foundations of a series of Unitarian chapels, now in a peaceful meadow. Near Great Yarmouth.
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Middleton Mount

The earthworks of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle. East of King's Lynn
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St Benet’s Abbey

In the heart of the Norfolk Broads, the ancient Benedictine Abbey near Ludham, with the famous gatehouse and windmill so often seen in watercolour landscape paintings.
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Tasburgh

An Iron Age or Anglo-Saxon fort with earth ramparts. North of Long Stratton.
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