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Autumn wildlife in Norfolk

20 September 2017

Norfolk has some of the best wildlife in the country. Here Norfolk Wildlife Trust's David North gives us his Top 10 wildlife spectacles to look out for during the Autumn.

Norfolk's top 10 beaches

20 September 2017

We offer ten of the best beaches in the county for specific activities, including Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Cromer, Hunstanton. And then we tell you about a few more as well... we've got so many great beaches in Norfolk!

Norfolk's top 10 dog-friendly beaches

20 September 2017

Dogs and responsible owners are welcome on many Norfolk beaches year-round. In fact, on these beaches you’ll look positively under-dressed if you don’t have a canine friend! Check time tides as well, because many of these beaches are best at low tide.

Things to do in Autumn

20 September 2017

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.

Warm and relaxing... Norfolk in September

20 September 2017

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...

See the world in Norfolk (sort of!)

14 September 2017

To misquote Samuel Johnson, when a man is tired of Norfolk, he is tired of life… ‘for there is in Norfolk all that life can afford’. In fact, rather than gallivanting around the world, why not come to Norfolk to see our equivalent of the great sights. We’re less than two hours from London…

How to learn yew Norfolk

13 September 2017

With Poldark back on our TV screens, we Norfolk people get a little grumpy when people try to imitate our accent and end up talking like somebody from the South-West. So if you’re coming here we’d advise you not to sound like a ‘furinner’ but instead to ‘learn yew Norfolk’.

21 reasons to love Norfolk

11 September 2017

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!

Earl of Leicester's favourite stately homes

11 September 2017

The Earl of Leicester of Holkham Hall on the north Norfolk countryside gives us a guided tour of the historic houses of Norfolk, including Sandringham, Blickling, Houghton and Oxburgh.

100 top things to do in Norfolk

1 September 2017

It doesn't matter how long you're here, it'll never be enough to take in all our great sights, festivals, events and things to do. So here's the thing... keep coming until you've done all 100 of our best things to do in Norfolk!