Bressingham is delaying its opening for the 2020 season, until it is safe to do so.
The Gardens and Steam Museum have now re-opened for PRE-BOOKED visitors.
We are now operating at least two Narrow Gauge railways and the Gallopers, the Exhibition Hall and outside play are open too.
For more specific and booking information click HERE.
Please be sensible (follow the Governments advice) and look after yourselves and as a business relying on over 70's please think of those isolated around you, both their physical and mental needs.
Should you wish to donate to the Trust that keeps Bressingham open and steaming then you can do this here. Like many not for profit organisations, who only just make enough to survive, donations are critical to our survival, and how we will be able to open again after COVID-19 has passed..
A charity since the early 1970’s, Bressingham is the home of one mans, Alan Bloom’s collection of plants and Industrial mainly Steam powered engineering. Open to the public since 1961. A place where he wanted a hands on approach for all the family to have fun.