Greyfriars Tower, Kings Lynn
Greyfriars Tower, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE30 5BZ View on map
Grade I listed scheduled ancient monument and the only visible remains of a Medieval Franciscan Priory, one of only 3 surviving in England. The site dates from 1230 and the tower was built in the15th century. Situated within the Tower Gardens which were laid out in 1911. The tower is a key landmark in King's Lynn and it owes its survival to this as, for centuries, it proved useful as a seamark for traders and sailors navigating the difficult waters of The Wash.
Access to the exterior at all reasonable times. Park open during daylight hours.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
On London Road on the main entrance road to Kings Lynn. Rail: Kings Lynn (½ mile). Bus: On main bus route and near bus station.
Roadside parking adjacent to property.
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes