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Fall for Norfolk this Autumn and head outdoors!

19 September 2019

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.

Fangtastic Family Fun at Trick or Tweet at Pensthorpe this Half Term

19 September 2019

As the witching hour approaches, join Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, for a spooktacular Half Term event running between 19 October and 3 November 2019. Trick or Tweet will allow families to discover the grim and gruesome side of nature and celebrate the magic of autumn outdoors.

Step out to discover Coastal Treasures with Norfolk’s Walking & Cycling Festival 2019

17 September 2019

The fifth annual Norfolk Walking & Cycling Festival is taking place this October. This year the festival is being hosted by the Coastal Treasures project which aims to promote sustainable tourism and open-up new ways to explore the rich heritage of West Norfolk.

Discover our top 10 secrets of Norfolk

16 September 2019

Of course we’re very proud of the fantastic visitor offering we have in Norfolk and will happily tell you about it until the cows come home. But then there are some other tucked-away spots that you may not have known about and get less attention. Here are some of our favourites, including Felbrigg's Pyramid Mausoleum, Oxburgh Hall's Priest Hole, cathedral graffiti, Deep History Coast and the world's longest chalk reef.

Fall for Norfolk with our Autumn itineraries

16 September 2019

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...

Norfolk's top 10 beaches

16 September 2019

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!

Top museums in Norfolk

16 September 2019

Norfolk boasts over 50 museum and historic sites, welcoming visitors and explaining the county’s unique and fascinating heritage. We’ve chosen our top 10, including Norwich Castle, Time & Tide, Bridewell and Ancient House.

Warm and relaxing... Norfolk in September

13 September 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...

Pensthorpe Natural Park tickled pink at arrival of first flamingo eggs

11 September 2019

Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, is tickled pink at the arrival of the first flamingo eggs at Pensthorpe – the first in 15 years since it has had Greater Flamingo.

Norfolk's top quirky events

10 September 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…

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