Tuesday, 14 April 2015

UK Adventures: Castle Acre Priory, Norfolk

On Easter Sunday morning instead of attending a modern church, we spent the morning walking around the magnificent ruins of Castle Acre Priory, King's Lynn, Norfolk.  The church was consecrated sometime between 1146 and 1148. Additions were added until 1537 when priory dissolved by Henry VIII. Source of Information

Castle Acre Priory Norfolk

We attempted to take a family photo but Little Ladybug kept running off looking for the Easter Bunny.

Linking Up with Aby & Em for Point + Shoot and Gemma for Through My Child's Eyes

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7 comments

  1. I love exploring old buildings, this looks like a lovely place x

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    1. We got there early, so we were the only people wandering around. I love exploring old buildings but it was reality check that life had changed for us. Taking a photo while holding a grumpy baby was frustrating and daughter was too small to climb the stone staircases so my exploring was limited. The next castle we went to, I found a room for hubby & children to stay in and sprinted around the different areas to see more. Just need to change expectations and it know it will get easier. Enjoying the sunshine!

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  2. Ah these pictures are so lovely. Sounds like lots of fun huni. Thanks for linking up to #PointShoot x

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  3. Lovely lovely photo. Cute that she is trying to take you #point&shoot

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  4. What a beautiful historic building! Looks like good weather too. #throughmychildseyes

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  5. Looks like a lovely day and that place sounds amazing! Love the photo that she took! My son loves taking photos too! #throughmychildseye

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  6. These are lovely and looks like a beautiful setting. She is very good at taking photos even if she would rather find the easter bunny. :) Thank you for linking up to #throughmychildseyes

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