From the 'world's worst wax museum' to a village of Victorian machinery, there are lots of long-lost spots to miss.

Here are five closed Norfolk attractions that people would like to see return.

1. The Bygone Village

Eastern Daily Press: The Bygone Village had restored Victorian machinesThe Bygone Village had restored Victorian machines (Image: Archant Library)

The Village was a small park in Fleggburgh based around the restoration and operation of Victorian and pre-war machinery.

It has rides including the Gallopers carousel, the Downhill Racer waltzer and the Chair 'o' Planes. The site closed in 2004 and was sold to property developers.

2. Louis Tussauds House of Wax

Eastern Daily Press: Kylie and Jason at the House of Wax in YarmouthKylie and Jason at the House of Wax in Yarmouth (Image: Adam Storey)

The Yarmouth museum attracted thousands of tourists and media coverage from across the globe for its....interesting waxworks.

Open for 58 years and once called 'the world's worst wax museum', it shut in 2012 after being bought by a private buyer.

3. Sutton Windmill Museum

Eastern Daily Press: The mill was once a museumThe mill was once a museum (Image: Trett Phillips Residential)

The mill was originally built in 1789, caught fire in 1861 and was a working mill until 1975. It then became a museum, which closed in 2008. 

In 2018, it was purchased in an auction by Kyle Smart who renovated the property and put it on the market for £1.9m.

4. Norwich Aquapark

Eastern Daily Press: The Aquapark had inflatable obstacle coursesThe Aquapark had inflatable obstacle courses (Image: Newsquest)

Opening in June 1991 near the Asda in Hellesdon, it was one of the only places in the city where people could cool off in the summer.

The Aquapark had inflatable obstacle courses, slides, bubble baths and rapids. It was closed in 2005 after being sold.

5. Wells Harbour Railway

Eastern Daily Press: The railway closed in 2021The railway closed in 2021 (Image: Archant)

Running from Wells Harbour to Pinewoods Holiday Park, the railway was open for 45 years.

The service was shut down and the trains and equipment were transported to an alternative resort in November 2021.

A petition to save the railway amassed more than 50,000 signatures.