Bressingham Steam and Gardens
Diss, Norfolk, UK
Bressingham Steam and Gardens is a museum dedicated to steam engines alongside gardens and a garden centre, all situated at Bressingham near Diss in Norfolk.
Established by Alan Bloom in 1946, the gardens cover 17 acres and are a stunning collection of plants. Alan himself created the Dell Garden in 1952 and his son Adrian, the Foggy Bottom Garden. Several other planted areas and woodland pathways have been added since then, making the gardens a delight for all visiting gardeners.
At Bressingham, you’ll also find over 5 miles of narrow gauge rail line and steam engines. Climb aboard and go for a short trip on one of the magnificent trains! The Dad’s Army exhibition can also be found at Bressingham.
Open from March to October, go to www.bressingham.co.uk for more information.
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