Walsingham Anglican Shrine
Common Place Little Walsingham NR22 6EE
For centuries, Little Walsingham was one of the foremost Christian pilgrimage sites in England. After a long lull following the Reformation, pilgrimages resumed in the 1920s, and today the Anglican shrine is once more the subject of much veneration. The shrine contains a series of small chapels, a Holy Well with healing waters, and the idiosyncratic Holy House – Santa Casa – a replica of Mary’s home in Nazareth, which prompted all the attention in 1061, and which contains the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham.