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Fall for Norfolk this Autumn and head outdoors!

14 November 2018

Autumn is the time when the leaves turn golden brown, the hedgerows are full of free fruit, the annual bird migration begins and you can wrap up in woolens, scarves and hats to brave the world. The pace has slowed down and you can always find a solitary spot or a warm fire and a hot chocolate - it’s a great time to be in Norfolk.

Fall for Norfolk with our Autumn itineraries

14 November 2018

Throughout Norfolk during Autumn you can hear the crunch of crisp brown and golden leaves under wellies and walking boots. Wrap up warm, enjoy the low-lying sun and look forward to heading outdoors. It doesn’t matter where you go across the county, we think you’ll definitely #FallForNorfolk. And here is why...

Festive shows in Norfolk

14 November 2018

There are countless festive and Christmas shows in Norfolk for the whole family to enjoy, including Norwich, Hunstanton, Cromer and Great Yarmouth. Oh yes there are!

Winter in Norfolk top things to do

14 November 2018

Magical countryside, tinged with sparkling hoar frost, beautiful coast bathed in winter sunshine, all under those huge, never-ending skies – Winter is a wonderful time to explore Norfolk, when you feel as if you’ve almost got the county to yourself.

21 great sights of Norfolk!

13 November 2018

Norfolk has some stunning scenery, both at the coast and in the countryside. Visit Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton. See stately homes at Holkham, Houghton, Sandringham, Blickling, Felbrigg and Oxburgh. In no particular order, here's our top 21 must-see great sights in Norfolk. A week won't be enough to see them all!

Walk the Norfolk Coastal Path

13 November 2018

For the timeless pleasure of being at one with the natural world try the 45 mile long Norfolk Coastal Path. It can take three days, from Holme-next-the-Sea near Hunstanton where Seahenge was discovered in 1999, across to the delightful Victorian seaside town of Cromer, or push on and head down to the Norfolk-Suffolk border at Hopton-on-Sea, just past Great Yarmouth.

Come and discover unique Norfolk

12 November 2018

We know we like to say that There’s Nowhere Like Norfolk, but we really mean it! And just to prove our point we’ve come up with thirteen absolutely unique things about our wonderful county. Why not come and see and experience them for yourselves…

Hollywood comes to Holkham Hall and beach

12 November 2018

With Norwich, Holkham is unarguably Norfolk’s most significant film location. The 18th century Palladian house and its nearby beach are well used to visiting Hollywood stars, including Keira Knightley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Natalie Portman and Peter O’Toole.

Sand portrait on Brancaster beach for Danny Boyle's Armistice Commission

10 November 2018

Driver Stephen Hewitt, who lost his life in the First World War, will be commemorated by a large-scale sand portrait on Brancaster beach, north Norfolk, for Danny Boyle’s Armistice commission Pages of the Sea. On Sunday 11 November, the public is invited to assemble at one of thirty-two beaches around the UK and the Republic of Ireland at low-tide for an informal, nationwide gesture of remembrance for the men and women who left their home shores during the First World War.

Welly walks in Norfolk

10 November 2018

It's been raining but now it's time to get outdoors again, so whack on the wellies, grab a warm coat and squelch around Norfolk to your heart’s content…