The Corn Hall — a thriving arts and heritage centre
Diss Museum — bringing alive the rich history of Diss and its people with its extensive collections
The Wildlife Gardens – a piece of tranquility in the midst of the town, with stunning views across the Mere. (due to open September 2017)
The Mere Boardwalk – where you can get really close to the Mere, and walk on water! (due to open September 2017)
The Yards – with lots of fabulous independent shops and cafés.
St Mary’s church – Whose tower dominates the townscape with parts of the building dating from 1290-1330
Market – Stalls selling fresh fruit, fish, clothes and plants are just a few that gather in the Market Place on a Friday keeping up the over 700 year old tradition.