Christmas in Norfolk

Visit Norfolk for fantastic festivities

WINTER & CHRISTMAS IN NORFOLK

Be like Her Majesty the Queen… and visit Norfolk for Christmas and New Year!

The Queen spends every festive period on the Sandringham estate, joined by her family. Of course, just around the corner, at Anmer Hall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live with their two young children – which means the 2nd, 3rd and 4th in line to the throne, as well as our monarch, are all here, so you couldn’t be in better company.

Sandringham itself isn't open while the Queen is in residence, but you can join the Royal family outside St Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day, where they go traditionally for the 11 o'clock service.

WINTER IN NORFOLK

The 8th annual Deepdale Christmas Market takes place between December 2-4pm in the ever-lovely village Burnham Deepdale. Visitors to the market can enjoy 'Not on the high street' presents, decorations, food and drink in three large marquees around the Dalegate Market site, and amongst the pews in St Mary's Church.

Great Christmas and New Year shopping

Christmas in NorwichChristmas shopping in Norwich is a magical experience!

Market towns are lit up with festive lights, and there's great Christmas and New Year shopping to be done, especially in Norwich, which has an eclectic mix of High Street, mall and independent stores.

Festive shows in Norfolk

Thursford Christmas SpectacularChristmas Spectacular at Thursford.

There's lots to do in Norfolk, including pantos and festive shows, plus Norfolk has the country's largest Christmas Spectacular at Thursford and the country's only end-of-pier Christmas Show at Cromer.

FESTIVE SHOWS IN NORFOLK

Wonderful wildlife in Norfolk

See the seals in Norfolk

It's also a great time to see Norfolk's wildlife, from the migrating swans at Welney and geese at Norfolk Wildlife Trust and RSPB reserves on the north Norfolk coast, to the largest seal colony in England at Blakeney Point – take an exciting boat trip to see them.

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Great accommodation in Norfolk

Be pampered at Congham HallLuxury accommodation in Norfolk, such as Congham Hall.

There are great places to stay in Norfolk, whether country inns and boutique hotels, spas where you can pamper yourself, or self-catering cottages at the coast or in the countryside where the whole family can get together. Many cottages also take our four-legged friends… and they'll love Norfolk's huge beaches to run around on.

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