100 things to do in Norfolk
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98 Visited Wheatfen, famous naturalist Ted Ellis' nature reserve at Surlingham in the Norfolk Broads.
96 Got chips on Norwich market. Buy them, liberally douse with vinegar, sprinkle over salt, then go and take a walk in our Fine City.
95 Located Kett's Oak between Wymondham and Hethersett in south Norfolk. It was here in 1549 that Kett's Rebellion against land enclosures began.
94 Shopped at Roys of Wroxham in the Norfolk Broads – it's the world's largest village store!
93 Felt the adrenaline rush of a big ride on Great Yarmouth seafront… 'WOO-HOOOOOO!'
92 Visited Blickling Hall, ancient home of the Boleyn family, and taken a stroll around the gardens and lake.
90 Appreciate the trading and fishing heritage of King's Lynn by taking the Maritime Trail from the Customs House.
89 Who needs Venice when you've taken a day boat out from Wroxham in the Norfolk Broads? Better still, take one out for a whole week - you'll get to appreciate the UK's Magical Waterland a whole lot more.
87 Visited the Sainsbury Centre on the University of East Anglia campus, build by architect Norman Foster in 1973 to house the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.
85 Taken a look around the family-run Jarrold, Norwich's wonderful independent department store.
83 Stood on a deserted United State Army Air Force runway and 'heard' the planes returning. During the second world war Norfolk was home to 17 USAAF bases (one of them commanded by Hollywood actor Jimmy Stewart) with over 50,000 servicemen. It was called the Friendly Invasion.
82 Walked some of the Peddar's Way and imagined what it would have been like when the Romans built it.
81 Visited Sandringham, the royal datcha in north west Norfolk which also has an excellent museum.
76 Spotted birds - Norfolk is the birdwatching capital of the UK!
73 Been to a farmers' market during your stay for no more reason than to see the fab array of food we grow, rear, produce and make in Norfolk.
72 Ended up in the lovely cul-de-sac community of Heydon. Make sure you pop into the local, The Earle Arms, for a swift one.
69 Be a flaneur for the day and take a gentle stroll around Norwich, with over 1500 historic buildings within the city walls.
66 Taken a leisurely stroll around one of south Norfolk's lovely market towns – Diss, Harleston, Wymondham and Attleborough.
63 Visit Houghton Hall, home of England's first Prime Minister! This is one of the most exquisite stately homes in the country, built by Sir Robert Walpole.
61 Got lost in the maze at Somerleyton Hall near Great Yarmouth… and no, it's not good form to leave a trail of breadcrumbs behind you.
58 Have tea or stay at The Maids Head Hotel in Norwich, reputed to be the oldest hotel in the UK… Elizabeth I was a guest.
57 If you're here in June, been to the Royal Norfolk Show.
56 Discovered our brilliant coastline – there are 93 miles of it! (And some say 90 when the tide's in).
55 Admired the magnificent Sir Thomas Erpingham statue at the Norwich cathedral west gate.
54 Hunted down 'Deal rows' in the Brecks. These lines of Scots pines are unique to this part of the country.
53 Have a round of golf on one of our fab links courses. Fore!
52 Eaten Cromer crab… they're the best ANYWHERE!
51 Had a pint of beer made by one of our microbreweries – we have more than any other county in the country.
50 Been to a show at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer – the last end-of-the-pier show in the country!
46 Been to a football game at Carrow Road, Norwich to see the mighty Canaries and join in a rendition of the oldest known football song, 'On The Ball City'.
45 Eaten Stewkey Blues, the famous Stiffley cockles! These are one of our must-eat Norfolk seafoods.
43 Been to Swaffham's independent and eponymous museum – and discovered why Tutankhamun discoverer Howard Carter was a Mummy's Boy.
42 Walked around Thetford in the footsteps of the Dad's Army actors.
41 Discovered if you have Norfolk ancestry at the Norfolk Heritage Centre.
40 Seen a real moated country house at Oxburgh Hall, near Swaffham.
39 Discovered wool churches, built from the proceeds of the medieval wool trade when Norfolk was the most prosperous county in the country.
38 Stayed in Norwich during the Norfolk & Norwich Festival in May, which is over 200 years old and the fourth largest international arts festival in the country.
36 Admired the fabulous view of the coast from the gazebo at the National Trust's Sheringham Park, north Norfolk.
35 Climbed to the highest point in the county, Beacon Hill, less than a mile south of West Runton on the north Norfolk coast.
32 Taken a trusty rowing dinghy out on Fritton Lake and listened to the gentle cutting of rows through the water.
31 Kite surfed at Hunstanton where, because of sandbanks and shallow water, you get some of the best kitesurfing in the country.
30 Flown a kite from Beeston Bump, a 203 feet high point of the Cromer ridge.
28 Ridden a Snail at Joyland in Great Yarmouth. They're faster than you might think!
27 Hired a beach hut for the day, our very own garden shed by the coast.
26 Imagined you're in Provence at Norfolk Lavender near Hunstanton.
25 Visited 'England's Nazareth', Walsingham, famed for its religious shrines and a major pilgrimage centre since the 11th century.
23 Been on the nature trails and woodland walks at Pensthorpe, home of BBC's Springwatch for many years.
22 Walked in the footsteps of Arthur Conan Doyle in West Runton – it was here he heard about the legend of ferocious Black Shuck and got inspiration for The Hound of the Baskervilles.
21 Tasted proper English whisky at the St George's Distillery, the first of its kind in over 100 years!
20 Read the skilfully carved inscription Gloria Deo in Excelsis (Glory to God in the highest) on the lovely limestone and brick façade of Felbrigg Hall, north Norfolk.
19 Sampled a Mrs Temple cheese. You'll find them in many local delis, farm shops and at farmers' markets.
18 Spent some time wandering around Chelsea-on-Sea, otherwise known as Burnham Market.
17 Been on the beach at Gorleston-on-Sea.
15 Been in the junior farm at Wroxham Barns.
14 Visited the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich, the first permanent recreation of an Elizabethan theatre.
13 Been scared by the prehistoric animals at Dinosaur Adventure Park.
12 Seen Walmington-on-Sea, the home of Dad's Army, at Bressingham Steam and Gardens.
11 Enjoyed family fun at Norwich Puppet Theatre, in the converted medieval church of St James in the heart of the city.
9 Been star-gazing in north Norfolk. There's so little light pollution in areas such as Kelling that it's an ideal place to gaze up on a dark night.
8 Been thrilled by the jumping at the Burnham Market International Horse Trials.
5 Walked amid the dunes and marram grass at Winterton-on-Sea beach.
4 Appreciated the view of Norwich, our Fine City, from Mousehold Heath.
2 Been on the wooden 1932 Rollercoaster at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.