King’s Lynn Hanse Festival

Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 May 2017
Check the website for the programme of events

As the North Norfolk Coast begins to move out of Covid-19 lockdown, and tourism businesses re-open, more planned events are taking place.  These are just listings, so please follow links and check with organisers of events before assuming events are running.

A packed programme of events and activities has been organised to celebrate International Hanse Day and the 12th anniversary of King’s Lynn’s membership of the new Hanse.

King’s Staithe Square will be the hub for music throughout the weekend. Fun activities for children will take place at King’s Lynn Town Hall and for those who fancy a stroll around historic Lynn, the guided walking tours are also a must.

Browse through the pages of this website to view all events. Please remember all activities are weather permitting and subject to change.

For shoppers there is a medieval market in King’s Staithe Square. A variety of stall selling all manner of goods. Well worth a look.

Price: Free - Starts at 11.00 on both days, but check the website for full details

Location: King’s Lynn PE30 1JE

More Information

folk, heritage, walks, music, market, children, indoor, outdoor

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