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Know Before You Go when you visit Norfolk

5 August 2020

Summer is here, your favourite attractions and places to go are reopening and you're desperate to blow away the cobwebs with fresh air and outdoor activities. But before you swap your quarantine couch for the coast, your patio for a safari park, or your dining table for socially distanced picnics, we recommend checking out our in-depth guide below around domestic travel so you’re in the know before you go.

Art Deco By The Sea at The Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts, Norwich

4 August 2020

From July 2020 until January 3 2021, the Sainsbury Centre presents Art Deco by the Sea, an exciting new exhibition examining British coastal culture between the First and Second World Wars and the Art Deco style. The exhibition will explore how Art Deco transformed the British seaside in a new age of mass tourism.

Post-lockdown breakout: Planning a break starts here...

29 July 2020

Restrictions are slowly being lifted and you can come and visit us again and our beautiful coast and countryside. You can even stay again! All we'd ask is that you Respect, Protect, Enjoy. However, if you want to cheer yourself up and give yourself a short break or holiday to look forward to, now's the time to start planning.

WWT Welney is 'Good To Go'

26 July 2020

At WWT Welney Wetland Centre the safety of visitors, staff and volunteers is a priority so they delighted to say that they have been accredited with the “We’re Good to Go” stamp of approval.

Experience T-Rex-cellent fun at Norfolk's largest dinosaur park

23 July 2020

Prehistoric paradise Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is inviting families from across the land to experience East Anglia’s largest dinosaur park and all-inclusive family day out as it launches a new ride attraction and presents five live, outdoor dino shows, per day throughout August.

50 things to do before you cry: 'Summer's over!'

22 July 2020

It won’t be long before the leaves start falling and the days get shorter. But wait… there’s so many things still to do while the sun’s shining in Norfolk! Take a look at our top 50 things to do before you cry: ‘Summer’s over!’ and make sure you wring out every last bit of fun…

100 BRILLIANT things to do at the Norfolk coast

21 July 2020

You’re coming to the Norfolk coast and you haven’t done your research yet. Don’t despair. Let the Visit Norfolk team take you through all the best things to do while you’re here, so you don’t waste a moment. We’ve got spectacular beaches, wonderful walking and wildlife, iconic attractions and much, much more.

21 reasons to love Norfolk

21 July 2020

There are so many reasons to love Norfolk, but we've chosen our top 21... including 90 miles of coast, Royal connections, Admiral Nelson, unique Norfolk Broads, Deep History Coast, 'Downton Abbeys', Queen Boudicca, the world's last end-of-pier theatre and so much more!

Norwich Cathedral announces new winter 2021 date for Dippy as well as a summer programme of dinosaur

20 July 2020

Norwich Cathedral is looking forward to welcoming a prehistoric guest in the New Year as Dippy, the Natural History Museum, London’s iconic dinosaur cast arrives at the historic building. Dippy had been scheduled to be on display in the Cathedral in Summer 2020 but due to the coronavirus pandemic the tour has been delayed and he will now be on display from January 2021.

Norfolk's top 10 wool churches

15 July 2020

Rich from the textile trade, a significant slice of East Anglia’s wealth went into church building in the 14th and 15th centuries. Here’s a selection of 10 outstanding Wool Churches each of them providing a breathing space from the rush and noise of the modern day world and a link to our country’s spiritual and cultural heritage.