Places to Visit in Diss
Frenze Beck Nature Reserve is a creation of a small wetland wildlife paradise on the western bank of the River Frenze in Diss, and this formerly unused ground has now been commended by the Environment Agency as part of its celebration of World Wetlands Day. Activity days are organized throughout the year, for details contact: 01508 533735 Click here to download a leaflet about Frenze Beck.
Monsters Ltd. is a purpose built play and party area for toddlers through to 10 yr olds. Play areas are monitored by trained staff but children remain the responsibility of a parent or guardian and must be supervised at all times. Tel: 01379 641400
Diss Swim & Fitness Centre has a 25 metre main pool and a learner pool. There is also a gym, sauna, steam room and spa. A variety of water-based and gym classes take place along with an extensive swimming lesson programme. Tel: 01379 652754
The Park is an open space for the enjoyment of all complete with children’s play area, but may also be used to provide a special environment for festivals, open air events and charity fundraising.
Diss Museum, 4 Market Place, Diss, The small and intimate museum has a fascinating collection of artefacts and displays about Diss and the surrounding East Anglian countryside over the years. See Victorian photos, work tools and clothing relating to Diss and the way it has changed as the years have passed. The exhibitions are changed on a regular basis so there should always be something new to discover. Entry is free.Tel: 01379 650618
If you are looking for ideas for great family days out in the area go to www.ideasforthekids.co.uk