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Whooper swans, Welney

Enjoy the Winter Wildlife Safari of migrating birds, England's largest seal colony, as well as the Festival of Swans at Welney


King's Lynn Lumiere

It's half-term - all the attractions are open again and King's Lynn Lumiere lights up the town


Feeding the lambs at Wroxham Barns
Longer days, Easter holidays - come and feed the lambs, experience Museums Week or find a beach of your own


Amazona soft ball fun

You'd be a fool not to visit with Cromer crabs back in season. And don't worry about April showers - most of our attractions have inside facilities


Norfolk & Norwich Festival outside The Forum

Events to enjoy include the Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Broads Outdoor Festival and Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival


Al fresco in Tombland

The longest days let you stay on the beach all day and eat al fresco in the evening. Oh, it's the Royal Norfolk Show too!


Great Yarmouth seafront fireworks
Festivals at King's Lynn and Holt, coastal carnivals, fireworks at Great Yarmouth and the Sandringham Flower Show


Blickling Proms
There's outdoor events across the county, including theatre and film, family fun and shows at seaside resorts and over 90 miles of coast to explore


Out There, Great Yarmouth
Don't miss the Out There and Maritime Festivals at Great Yarmouth, 1940s weekend at Sheringham and the North Norfolk Food Festival at Holkham


Halloween at Holkham
It's Autumn half-term, there's Halloween events, a Beer Festival in Norwich's Halls, and the migrating birds are returning


Jarrolds department store, Norwich
Christmas is coming... there's great shopping in the market towns and in Norwich, the Cromer Pier Christmas show is on, and remember, remember the 5th of November


Norwich Castle
There are pantomimes and festive shows, Christmas lights abound, or you could just enjoy the migrating birds and largest seal colony in England


Until Sept 24 - Titanic: Honour & Glory exhibition

Explore this famous ship, her sister ships and their owners, the White Star Line, as well as revealing the local links of some of its passengers at the Time & Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth. Titanic: Honour & Glory is a must for all ages fascinated by this endlessly compelling story. Details

Until Oct 1 - Rana Begum: Space Light Colour at The Sainbsury Centre

Rana's use of space, colour and form transforms the Mezzanine Gallery with an immersive installation and wall-mounted reliefs, taking advantage of the light and space of Norman Foster’s architecture. This is her first museum show anywhere in the world. Details

Until Oct 8 - Nelson and Norfolk at Norwich Castle & Museum

This major exhibition gathers some of the most extraordinary and potent objects connected to Admiral Lord Nelson, reflecting his naval victories, his relationships and above all his affection for his native county of Norfolk. Norwich Castle

Until Sept 22 - Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls

The Festival of Bowls is the biggest outdoor open bowling event in the country, with more than 1800 participants competing for a range of titles over four weeks of play. Details

Sept 19-21 - Eastern Festival of Racing at Great Yarmouth

Whether it’s a get together with friends, an excuse to get dressed up, or time to be enjoyed together as a family, there’s something for everyone at the racecourse.Day three of the Eastern Festival is Ladies Day, so be sure to dress to impress! Details 

Sept 21-23 - The Company of Wolves at Thetford Forest

Angela Carter's classic tale has been adapted by Burn the Curtain in to a promenade theatre adventure for runners and walkers. Details

Sept 22-24 - Deepdale Festival at Deepdale Backpackers and Camping

The focus is on home grown talent, bands from Norfolk and the adjoining counties  and there'll be be music, spoken word and more across three stages, the campsite, and secret venues on Deepdale Farm. Details

Sept 23-March 25 - We Came Here To Conquer

Eleven locally-based artists have produced new work in response to the modern and contemporary print collection at Norwich Castle & Museum. Norwich Castle

Oct 1-31 - Norfolk Walking & Cycling Festival

Events for all ages and abilities including walks around the Norfolk Broads, a 
ramble and roast at Cley Marshes, cycle rides along the Marriott’s Way and fungi foraging at Kelling Heath. Details

Oct 14 - PorkStock at the Royal Norfolk Showground

Free entry to this great day out celebrating Norfolk food and drink with cookery demonstrations from top local chefs. Details

Oct 15 - Apple Day: Simply Scrumptious at Gressenhall

A Gressenhall tradition! Come and celebrate the best of autumn with all things appley: pressing, tasting, buying and naming. Gressenhall

Oct 20-29 - Trick or Tweet! at Pensthorpe Natural Park

This October half term, tiptoe your way to Pensthorpe (avoiding the pumpkins and grave stones) for a spooktacular day of all things creepy, shivery and mysterious. Details

Oct 20-31 - Halloween Spooktacular at The Hippodrome

An amazing cast of international acts look to throw the biggest Halloween party ever. Details

Oct 21-Jan 7 1018 - Rembrandt: Lightening the Darkness at Norwich Castle

The exhibition will focus on aspects of Rembrandt's uses of light and shade. Perhaps the most revered artist of the European tradition, Rembrandt was a supreme communicator and this exhibition will highlight the extraordinary collection of 93 etchings by him held by the castle, combined with a select group of related oil paintings and drawings on loan. Norwich Castle

Oct 21-29 Halloween Days at Dinosaur Adventure

Lots of spooky October half term fun – with lots of activities including Dippy’s spooky fun zone, fancy dress and a brand new trail. Details

Oct 23-27 - Halloween Adventure Week at Whitlingham

Make new friends, develop new skills and challenge yourself on a bumper course for young people who want to take part in a range of active outdoor pursuits. Details

Oct 26-29 - Halloween at Holkham

There will be tricks and treats, adventures and plenty of fun for all the family as Holkham is taken over by the 'spooktacular'. Details 

Oct 28-29 - Halloween Pumpkin Trail at Oxburgh Hall

Explore the estate for spooky home grown pumpkins and look out for bats, beasties and ghouls. Details

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