Things to do year round
Wondering what's on in Norfolk? Whatever the time of the year, whatever your age or interests, Norfolk will have something you'll enjoy doing, taking part in, or watching.
In fact, we've got the lot. As you'll find when you come to spend time with us here in Norfolk.
For more ideas of what to do in Norfolk go to our Inspire section.
Browse through what's on events in Norfolk.
You can also add your own events.
Until May 29 - Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Make a note in your diary! The full programme of performances will be announced in early 2016 but some tickets are already on sale. Details
Until June 5 - Wild in the City at The Forum
Norfolk Wildlife Trust turns 90 this year, and we are celebrating with a two-week takeover of Norwich. Join us for stories, footage 'live from the hide' and more. Details
Until June 5 - Norwich City of AleNorwich City of Ale is a ten-day celebration of local pubs, breweries and real ale taking place throughout our Fine City. More than 45 pubs and 41 breweries take part, with over 250 beers available!
Until Sept 4 - Halfway to Paradise at Time & TideHarry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A. Details
Until Sept 25 - Alberto Giacometti: A Line Through Time
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the artist's deathm, the exhibition will be displayed in the Sainsbury Centre's mezzanine gallery space and will feature approximately 50 works representing Giacometti's entire oeuvre. Details
May 21, 22 - Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster FestivalThis has become an established, must see, part of the north Norfolk calendar and kicks off with an opening concert at Cromer Pier. The concert highlights both professional and amateur local talent including the ever-popular Olly Day and Nigel Boy Syer and The Sheringham Shantymen. Details
May 29, 30 - Fairy Fair at Sennowe Park
Now in its 15th year, the award-winning Fairyland Trust returns with the magical Fairy Fair late spring. The Norfolk-based charity with a national reputation for introducing families to flowers, wildlife and trees will run the Fairy Fair, amid the stunning grounds and ancient woodlands of Sennowe Park. Details
Jun 24-Sept 4 - British Art Show 8, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich University of the ArtsWidely recognised as the most ambitious and influential exhibition of contemporary British art, and a vital marker of current developments, the selection of artists for Hayward Touring's British Art Show 8, which takes place in Norwich next Summer, has been announced. Details
June 25 - Festival Too at King's LynnA loud and lively pop concert in King Staithe Square, Festival Too is celebrating its 31st year of bringing FREE entertainment to King's Lynn in 2016. Details
July 16 - World Snail Racing Championships at Congham
More than 200 snails slug it out every year in the World Snail Racing Championships held at Congham, on the cricket field. Details
July 17-30 - King's Lynn FestivalFeatures internationally renowned performers of classical, jazz and folk music, plus talks, exhibitions and films. Details
July 27 - Sandringham Flower Show
The Sandringham Flower Show is a very firm favourite in the events calendar, mixing local village flower and produce competitions, trade stands, amateur and professional display gardens and a wealth of arena events. It is always the busiest day of the year on the estate, welcoming over 20,000 visitors. Details
August 13 - Last Night of the Blickling PromsBrit-Award winning harmony trio Blake will be performing along with Sinfonia Viva - expect classical favourites and a fireworks finale. Details
Aug 19-Sept 4 - Thetford's Great FestivalA fortnight of events in the Breckland town and surrounding area, including A Midsummer Night's Dream at Lynford Hall. Details
Aug 21 - Tour de BroadsTour de Broads is the largest locally organised and run cycle event in the region and is suitable for all abilities, with five different rides of between 3 and 100 miles taking in 16 Broads, 4 rivers and countless beautiful Broads Villages. Details
Aug 21 - Hunstanton Kite FestivalPositively the most colourful and entertaining festival in East Anglia and now in its 20th year. Details
Sept 10, 11 - Great Yarmouth Maritime FestivalThe 2016 Maritime Festival takes place on South Quay when a mix of traditional and modern maritime vessels will be moored on South Quay for visitors to admire and go aboard. Details
Sept 16-18 - Gt Yarmouth Out There festival
Out There is one action-packed weekend, bursting with circus and street entertainment. It’s got everything from daring acrobatics and daft comedy to dancing, juggling, theatre, circus, storytelling, music and more! It's mostly free and is a fun and different way to experience Great Yarmouth with your family and friends. Details