Last Updated: 01/11/2021
We would like to thank all our pilgrims and visitors for their understanding and support at this time. We continue to monitor the guidance issued at national and local level with respect to coronavirus and you are encouraged to refer back to this website for updates.
The Shrine is now open in line with current government guidelines. The recommendations for social distancing mean that there is still a limit on the numbers of cars in the carpark, the numbers of visitors on the site and in the buildings, and on seating for Mass inside the Chapel of Reconciliation. When the site is at capacity, entrance to the Shrine carpark and grounds may be restricted. On arrival, please follow the instructions of the Shrine Stewards. Thank you for your understanding and patience!
As the recommendations for social distancing still limit the numbers of people who can visit the Shrine, we invite you to follow our programme and make prayer and Mass requests – online. You can also donate through www.walsingham.org.uk/support-shrine.
We ask especially that you consider making a regular gift to assist the Shrine in this challenging time. If you prefer to send a cheque, please follow the same link and select “cheque” as a payment option. Thank you.
Organised pilgrimages to Walsingham can now be booked. Please call 01328 820 495
We are delighted to confirm that we are now taking bookings for accommodation at Elmham House from 1st March 2022. Please call 01328 820 217.
The chapels are open between the hours of 9.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Sunday*. Stewards will be on-hand to welcome you and to direct you. Please ensure that hands are sanitised using the sanitisation stations provided and that social distancing is maintained. Facemasks should be worn inside buildings. (*Timings are subject to change at short notice)..
9.30am Mass in the Slipper Chapel is accessible online only and can be followed at www.walsingham.org.uk/livestream.
Midday Mass in the Chapel of Reconciliation is accessible to visitors, although seating may be limited. When the chapel is full, seating for Mass will be available in the grounds outside. Please follow the directions of our stewards.
Prayer Intentions & Lighting A Candle
Visitor will be able to write a prayer intention and light a candle. If you are unable to visit the Shrine, we can pray for a special intention and light a candle for you. You can request this through our webpage www.walsingham.org.uk/light-a-candle or call 01328 820 495.
The shop is now open to visitors. Online orders for statues, rosaries and other pilgrim gifts can be made at shop.walsingham.org.uk. If you would prefer to place an order over the phone, please call or leave a message on 01328 821 794 and the Shop Team will return your call within 2 working days. By ordering through our shop you are directly supporting the Shrine. Thank you.
The tearoom is open between 10:30am to 3pm.
The Shrine car park is open between 9.30am and 4:30pm. It will be locked outside of these times. The carpark has a capacity of 50 cars, so you may be asked to park in Walsingham village if the carpark is full. Thank you for your understanding.
The Shrine sites have a frequent and comprehensive cleaning schedule, which includes anti-bacterial ‘fogging’ of areas used regularly by pilgrims.
Walsingham 24/7 Livestream
The Shrine’s 24/7 livestream continues and includes:
- Morning Prayer
- Morning Mass
- A Talk
- Morning Rosary
- Midday Angelus and Mass
- Divine Mercy Chaplet, Benediction and Rosary
- Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
- Talks / Spiritual Readings
For the latest schedule visit www.walsingham.org.uk/livestream.