Venta Icenorum (Caistor Roman Town)
Close to the confluence of the Rivers Tas, Yare and Wensum at
Caistor St Edmund, Venta Icenorum, the 'market place of Iceni' is
believed to be the former Roman capital of Norfolk. Dating from the
first century AD, this protected archaeological site today contains
the remains of one of only three major Roman towns in the UK
that have not been lost to land development.
Berney Arms Windmill
The landscapes of the Norfolk Broads are punctuated with
historic windmills, and one of the finest is situated at Berney
Arms on Halvergate Marsh. The best-preserved example of a
seven-storey mill in Norfolk, Berney Arms Windmill was constructed
in the late nineteenth century and remained in use until 1951.
Museum of East Anglian Life
Set over a stunning seventy-five acre woodland estate, the
Museum of East Anglian Life, near to the charming Suffolk market
town of Stowmarket, is an open museum featuring fifteen
beautifully-restored period buildings in which life in the region
throughout history is recounted via exhibitions, displays and a
collection of around 40,000 fascinating exhibits.