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 October 30 - Walk With Me at Felbrigg HallWander through woods and fields creating your own cinematic experience in this walkscape by Strijbos & Van Rijswijk. With the landscape as your screen, headphones provide a soundtrack of music, words and sound effects while an intriguing narrative by novelist Megan Bradbury recollects the past of Felbrigg Hall and reframes the estate as a place of stories and wonder. Details
Oct 8-Jan 22 2017 - Fishermen & Kings at Norwich Castle Museum and Art GalleryThe life and work of British photographer Olive Edis (1876-1955) is celebrated this specially curated exhibition, the first ever dedicated to Edis 50 year-long career. Details
Oct 13-31 - PrimEvil at Dinosaur Adventure
Visitors are welcomed by terrifying clowns, dolls and beasts in an array of attractions, all set within the eerie woods of the park. This event is for ages over 12 only. Surely the scariest event in Norfolk! Details
Oct 15-Feb 12 2017 - Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific at Sainsbury CentreRevealing stunning sculptures, textiles, ceramics, and ivory and shell regalia feature in Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific. The largest and most comprehensive exhibition about Fiji ever assembled, it will take the visitor on a journey through the art and cultural history of Fiji since the late 18th century. Details
Oct 16 - Apple Day at Gressenhall
Meet experts and see heavy horses working on Gressenhall Farm as you enjoy everything appley - a great day out for the family! Details
Oct 22-30 - Norfolk Walking FestivalThis year's festival will celebrate the opening of the new section of the Norfolk Coast Path (from Sea Palling to Hopton-On-Sea) and mark the 30th anniversary of the National Trails in Norfolk (the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path), which were originally opened in 1986 by Prince Charles. Details
Oct 27-30 - Halloween at Holkham
There will be tricks and treats, adventures and plenty of fun for all the family. Dress for the occasion and be prepared for thrills galore as Holkham Hall and the Walled Gardens will be taken over with all things 'spooktacular' this Halloween! Details