Tourist Information


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Make the most of your stay in West Norfolk and visit our Tourist Information Centre (TIC) or Tourist Information Point (TIP). The excellent TIC and TIP provide a comprehensive range of information from accommodation, attractions and what’s on during your visit. You may also find a variety of books, maps and guides for sale in the Tourist Information Centre, and these can be purchased before your visit.

Request the current Where to Stay in West Norfolk guide using the brochure request form to help plan your visit.

There is also a wide variety of tourism publications detailing all the things to do while you are in West Norfolk. Many are available to download before your visit. Or contact the King’s Lynn Tourist Information Centre for a copy.

If you have a press or media enquiry, please don’t hesitate to get in contact – we would be delighted to help.

Local Restrooms

Locations around west Norfolk for public toilets (and any access issues pertaining to them) can be found on their dedicated page on the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk website.

Tourist Information Centre

The Tourist Information Centre in King’s Lynn and the Tourist Information Point in Hunstanton both provide comprehensive information on local events, attractions and accommodation as well as information about other destinations and attractions in the East of England. These services are provided by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk.

There is also a further centre in Burnham Deepdale, which is part of the National TIC network. It is privately run and is independent from the policies of our operated centre. 

King’s Lynn Tourist Information Centre

Stories of Lynn
Saturday Market Place,
King’s Lynn
PE30 5DQ

Directions: You can find us here.

Telephone: 01553 774297


Monday to Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Hunstanton Tourist Information Point

Alive Oasis
Central Promenade
PE36 5BD

Telephone: 01553 774297 (King’s Lynn TIC)

E-Mail: (King’s Lynn TIC)

April to September: 10am-6pm                              October to March: 10am – 2pm                                          December: closed

There is a further Tourist Information Centre in Burnham Deepdale, which is privately run and is part of the National TIC network:

Deepdale Visitor Information Centre – the Centre is open for enquiries about the local area

Deepdale Farms
Burnham Deepdale
PE31 8DD

Telephone: 01485 210256


Monday to Saturday: 9am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 4pm

The King’s Lynn Tourist Information Centre can provide the following services:

On the day accommodation booking service

Staff will advise, make enquiries on your behalf and, when suitable available accommodation has been found, confirm the booking for you. You pay a deposit of 10% of the cost of the first night’s stay, which is then deducted in full from your final accommodation bill. This service is only available to visitors in person at the Tourist Information Centre.

Holiday information service

An extensive library of literature on other destinations, enabling you to plan future holidays and trips.

‘Book A Bed Ahead’ national TIC network scheme

Moving on and need somewhere to stay? The staff can book you into accommodation throughout the country via the TIC network, so you can relax and enjoy your holiday. NB this service is available at any location which has a participating TIC. In some cases a small fee may be payable for this service.

Weekly car park ‘Rover’ tickets

Bookings can now be made online.

Send you a West Norfolk brochure or leaflets

Contact the TIC above, or request a West Norfolk brochure online

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