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Spring in Norfolk top things to do

17 March 2018

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...

There's Nowhere Like Norfolk in Spring

17 March 2018

Norfolk's not just for the summer! This is a county whose charm, coast and countryside can also be enjoyed throughout the year. Take a look at our new films and discover where you can go to experience these delights of Norfolk.

Things to do this Easter

17 March 2018

It’s the first long weekend of the year, the days are brighter, longer and (hopefully) warmer, and all our fabulous attractions are open again – Easter’s a perfect time to plan a trip to Norfolk. There’s so much to see and do, including Easter Egg hunts across the county, special Broads tours and railway experiences and Great Yarmouth’s traditional Easter Fair.

10 ways to make memories in Norfolk

6 March 2018

Broads boating, swimming, rockpooling, cycling, crabbing, see the seals, ride a steam engine... Norfolk is the perfect place to turn off the electronic gadgetry for a while, and leave Facebook and Twitter until the end of the day when you can tell everyone what you got up to and what a great time you're having.

21 great sights of Norfolk!

2 March 2018

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!

21 reasons to love Norfolk

28 February 2018

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!

Winter in Norfolk top things to do

27 February 2018

Magical countryside, tinged with sparkling hoar frost, beautiful coast bathed in winter sunshine, all under those huge, never-ending skies – Winter is a wonderful time to explore Norfolk, when you feel as if you’ve almost got the county to yourself.

Things to do if it rains

19 February 2018

Norfolk is the combined sunniest/driest county in the country, but we occasionally get a little precipitation from other places as it’s passing over to go somewhere else. So, what to do when we get some liquid sunshine? Here’s some of our favourite things to do…

10 reasons you must visit Norfolk!

8 February 2018

Norfolk is a diverse county with fantastic coast and different landscapes, visitor attractions and things to do. There's also plenty of events going on. With so much to do it's hard to narrow down the long list of reasons to visit, but this is our top 10.

Norfolk's top quirky events

5 February 2018

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…

Your New Year's Resolution? Visit Norfolk of course!

25 January 2018

It’s the New Year and a time to make resolutions. So we thought we’d offer our top 10 suggestions of things you might want to resolve to do when you visit Norfolk, including visiting Norwich, the Norfolk Broads and the Brecks. They’re reason enough to plan a trip…

Why Americans will love Norfolk

16 January 2018

The President of the United States may not be coming to London anytime soon, but we’d still love to welcome North Americans to the United Kingdom – and, in particular, to visit Norfolk. We think you’ll love it – this is quintessential England, just as you imagine it, with all the things you know and love about our quaint old country. Don’t believe us? Read on…

Meghan Markle is latest in long line of US-Norfolk links

12 January 2018

Having spent Christmas at Sandringham with her fiance Prince Harry, Her Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family, Meghan Markle becomes the latest in a long line of links between the US and Norfolk - beginning with the man who started The Special Relationship, stretching back to the late 16th century.

Meghan Markle spends Christmas at Sandringham

2 January 2018

Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle were to spend Christmas at Sandringham with other members of the Royal family. It was the first time a Royal bride-to-be joined The Queen at the Christmas Day church service on the Norfolk estate. What did she find when she visited Norfolk?

What Meghan Markle ate at Sandringham

2 January 2018

Prince Harry's bride-to-be Megham Markle will have enjoyed her Christmas Day dinner at Sandringham in Norfolk with the Royal Family, The Queen and Prince Philip - turkey was on the menu, so it's just like Thanksgiving Day back home in America.

Festive shows in Norfolk

21 December 2017

There are countless festive and Christmas shows in Norfolk for the whole family to enjoy, including Norwich, Hunstanton, Cromer and Great Yarmouth. Oh yes there are!

How to... in Norfolk

6 December 2017

When you come to Norfolk you'll want to join in! So let us show you, with our series of films, how to be a pirate on the Broads, a fisherman at the coast, a flaneur in Norwich, the queen of the castle or how to get lost in the woods. And we'll also show you how to rock 'n' roll in Great Yarmouth.

Best things to do in Norwich

24 November 2017

One of the best preserved medieval cities in the UK, Norwich has so many great things to do and see including tea at Assembly House, chips on the market, go to a football match at Carrow Road, enjoy the view from Mousehold heath and much more.

There's Nowhere Like Norfolk

16 November 2017

Norfolk's not just for the summer! This is a county whose charm, coast and countryside can also be enjoyed from Autumn through to the Spring. Take a look at our new films and discover where you can go to experience these delights of Norfolk.

Things to do in Autumn

16 November 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...

Summer in Norfolk top things to do

15 August 2017

Welcome to the combined sunniest/driest county in the country – and what a great time to be here! It’s warm, the days are long and bright, and there’s no better time for a picnic or a dip in the briny…

Avoid the rush... visit Norfolk in June

1 June 2017

There’s a reason that Norfolk gets busy in July and August – everyone wants to come here! And who can blame them? We have so much to do to suit all tastes, ages and pockets. But if you don’t have to think about school holidays, then June is a great time to visit Norfolk too.

Enjoy a Norfolk dirty weekend

14 January 2017

If you’re looking for a get-away-from-it-all dirty weekend, then Norfolk is just the place to come…

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