the wayland visitor centre
One of the first ports of call for the visitor to Wayland should be the Visitor Centre. Relocated in 2006 from its original base in the town’s historic but minute Clock Tower to the newly established Dragonfly Gallery, the centre has gone from strength to strength. Its success is due largely to the excellent team of volunteer stewards who take pride in answering all enquiries.
In the Centre visitors will find the usual array of leaflets and post cards, and they will also find a wide range of locally produced cycle rides and walks, local leaflets about Watton in WWII and the the Babes in the Wood for example, as well as locally produced books such as village histories, the Impact of World War One on Wayland, the Churches in Wayland and the Wayland Word Journey, which is another way of touring the Wayland villages. Visitors can also benefit from the range of unique, hand-made gifts, cards and crafts available in the Gallery.
Free wi-fi is also available. Just ask at the desk for the code.
Visitor centre information
10am - 4pm Mon-Fri (1pm Sat)
Closed mid December until mid March each year
Wayland Visitor Centre
Phone: 01953 880202
Visit Wayland is the brand new site for the Wayland Tourism Association