A much-loved Norfolk attraction is gearing up for its biggest and best season yet, with new additions for 2024.

Thursford Steam Museum, located between Fakenham and Holt, is home to the world’s largest collection of steam engines and organs.

Visitors can also ride the Gallopers, watch silent movies and listen to the resident organist, Robert Wolfe, play the mighty Wurlitzer. 

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There is a busy line-up of events planned, including six sold-out backstage tours of the famous Christmas Spectacular and two sold-out steam tours, with the latter new for 2024.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Take a ride on the Gallopers (£3pp) at Thursford Steam MuseumTake a ride on the Gallopers (£3pp) at Thursford Steam Museum (Image: Thursford Steam Museum)

Thursford’s Steam Gala Day is also returning for its fourth year, with tickets going on sale on April 4 at 10am.

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Expect more exhibitors, street food vendors, live music and a new aerobatic display.

John Cushing OBE, CEO of Thursford, said: "From the beautifully kept steam engines to the vintage fairground rides, Thursford offers something truly unique."

Entry costs £9 with under 12s free and it is open from Sunday to Wednesday 11am to 4pm from April 7 to September 4 2024 - visit thursford.com or call 01328 878477.