The Fakenham Museum of Gas and Local History is the only surviving town gasworks in England and Wales, complete with all equipment used for the manufacture of gas from coal: retorts, condenser, purifiers, meter and gasholder.
East Barsham Manor is an important work of Tudor architecture, originally built in or around 1520. It is located in the village of East Barsham, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the town of Fakenham in Norfolk. It is protected as a Grade I listed building.The two-storey house was built for Sir Henry Fermor between circa 1520 and 1530. By the 19th century it was largely ruined, and was restored in 1919 and 1938. It was built contemporaneously with Sutton Place, Surrey