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

23 January 2020

In February 2020, the Sainsbury Centre will open 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.

Welly walks in Norfolk

23 January 2020

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…

Film locations in Norfolk, UK

22 January 2020

Norfolk, UK, is no stranger to Hollywood. The north Norfolk coast, Holkham Hall and beach, Norwich Cathedral, Elm Hill and city centre, Blickling Hall, Heydon and King’s Lynn are among popular locations. Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love, Pierce Brosnan as 007, Keira Knightley as The Duchess, Natalie Portman, Jane Fonda, Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor and Julie Christie have all filmed here. In 2019 Gorleston-on-Sea beach featured in Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' film Yesterday with Lily James and in 2020 King's Lynn featured in Armando Iannucci's The Personal Life of David Copperfield.

Help protect Norfolk’s wonderful sand dunes

22 January 2020

Beach-goers are being urged to ‘Respect and Protect’ Norfolk's sand dunes, with some simple tips that can help make a huge difference. Dunes play a vital role in protecting people from floods by creating natural barriers to storms, as well as being home to a wide range of plants and animals. But with more and more people visiting Norfolk’s coast, dunes can get damaged.

Experience Norfolk - 20 inspirational ideas for 2020

21 January 2020

Brighter, longer days might seem a way off when we’re in the festive period, but what better time to start thinking about new memories to make than now. That’s why we want you to Experience Norfolk! Here are 20 amazing experiences you could have in Norfolk in 2020. Some are time specific, others can be enjoyed most of the year, but all are perfect for putting images on your Instagram account.

Amazing things to do when you Spring Into Norfolk!

20 January 2020

What's that in the Norfolk sky? It's the sun... and it's time for everything to spring back to life, including the countryside and coast, the attractions are all opening again, and you can even feed the new-born lambs. Time to Spring into Norfolk!

Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair Returns for 2020

20 January 2020

A nature and wildlife event which celebrates Norfolk as ‘the birdwatching capital of Britain’ is returning to the county on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May 2020. The Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair was first held in 2019, attracting over 2,000 bird watchers and nature lovers from all over the country. The event, sponsored by local optics business Cley Spy, in Glandford, and London Camera Exchange, in Norwich, will return to north Norfolk and feature new product launches, expert speakers, guided walks and demonstrations.

Come and discover unique Norfolk

18 January 2020

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…

100 BRILLIANT things to do at the Norfolk coast

8 January 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.

Spring wildlife in Norfolk

8 January 2020

Spring is the time when Norfolk bounces back to life, and the county's fauna and flora does the same. Here David North of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust gives us the Top 10 natural spectacles to look out for during the Spring months...

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