The visitor's centre gives you a new view of the church across the churchyard. From the little sensory garden you can appreciate how the massive walls of flint, some unworked, some knapped, complement the lofty perpendicular windows of the nave.
A view of the church from the visitors centre
Inside the visitor's centre is a small permanent display of photographs of the Antiphoner and of other East Anglian churches. The tea shop serves hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cakes, soup and other light refreshments. Above all you will find a genuinely warm welcome, from a team of voluntary helpers.
A view of the visitor's centre from the East side of the church
The Ranworth tapestry, created by the local community and hanging in the visitors centre