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

21 August 2019

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…

Warm and relaxing... Norfolk in September

21 August 2019

For those without school age children, September is a great time to visit Norfolk: the weather is good, the sea is warm, everything is still open but the pace is a little less frenetic. September is a great time to relax in Norfolk. Here's our top 12 things to do...

Your essential Visit Norfolk Bucket List

21 August 2019

We’ve all got our bucket lists, haven’t we? That list of things to do and achieve before we kick the… well, you get the picture. As Norfolk has such a huge wealth of unique experiences we’ve created our very own Visit Norfolk Bucket List… things to do before you lie, on the beach. And all eminently Instagrammable.

100 BRILLIANT things to do at the Norfolk coast

20 August 2019

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 great sights of Norfolk!

19 August 2019

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!

After-dark discovery of nature’s nightlife at NEW Pensthorpe event

19 August 2019

At Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, there’s around 1,000 species of birds, animals and plants to discover, but some of the nocturnal creatures who call the nature reserve home are just waking up and venturing out as the sun sets. That’s why Pensthorpe is holding a new after dark Creatures of the Night event on Wednesday 28 August 2019, so visitors can enjoy spotting and learning about its resident bats, moths and owls.

Norfolk's top quirky events

16 August 2019

Don’t believe what they say about ‘Normal for Norfolk’ - our county has its quirky side too, including Greasy Poles, World Snail Racing, Lobster Potties, fairies, the world’s last end of pier theatre, and the invention of Jack Valentine…

22 practices to well-being in Norfolk

15 August 2019

You live a busy life with a hectic schedule. You’re tired all the time and stressed. If you tick those two boxes, then you need to spend time in Norfolk. Come and recharge your batteries, find some balance and calm, where there are no distractions, and rediscover a state of being comfortable, healthy and happy in stunning surroundings. Here’s our top tips for places to go and things to do for well-being and mindfulness when you visit Norfolk. This is the place to be aware of living in the present moment.

International blacksmith Jenny Pickford hosts sculpture exhibition at Pensthorpe

15 August 2019

One of the UK’s leading contemporary blacksmith artists, who has exhibited at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and created pieces for Wimbledon, Westfield London and as far away as China and Australia, brings 17 of her glass and steel nature inspired sculptures to Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham.

Country Cousin or City Slicker?

14 August 2019

Are you a country cousin or city slicker? We’re rather proud of our beautiful countryside, and it’s for the most part thanks to our farmers that it looks so well-ordered and in such good nick. So while you’re here, we’d encourage you to learn a little more about our rural way of life, with this easy-to-do multiple answer quiz.