Head to a much-loved Norfolk attraction for a huge event this weekend, with exciting things to see both on the ground and in the sky. 

The Thursford Collection, near Fakenham, is openings its steam museum and gardens for its third Gala Day in celebration of founder G.T Cushing on Sunday, July 2 from 11am to 5pm. 

The grounds will be transformed into a showcase of mechanical organs, vintage vehicles, classic cars and steam engines. 

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Highlights include the welcome return of Victory, the showman engine which has been restored after almost 40 years dormant, and performances from Robert Wolfe on the Wurlitzer.

Weather permitting, there will also be an aerial display from two L4 Grasshopper Second World War planes. 

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John Cushing, CEO at Thursford, said: "Whether it is steam engines, organs, cars or fairground rides you are into, there is something for everyone."

The last entry is at 3pm and tickets are available online at thursford.com, via the box office on 01328 878477 or on the gate (subject to availability).

Tickets cost £12 with under 12s free.