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There's Nowhere Like Norfolk!

Our new films demonstrate that Norfolk is a county whose coast and countryside, city and market towns, can be enjoyed year-round. 

Take a look at some of the things that our empty nesters, experience seekers and multi-generation family get up to - and then discover where you can experience the same activities and accommodation.

Experience seekers

If it's new experiences and exploration you're after then Norfolk is the place for you. Our youngsters hit the heights with Go Ape in Thetford Forest and go 4x4 off-roading in Elveden Forest before leaving the Brecks and heading off to Cromer on the north Norfolk coast to learn how to surf. After a tiring day they stay at the sumptuous King's Head, Bawburgh, just outside Norwich.

Multi-generational families

Norfolk is an ideal destination for three generational family trips - the children get more attention, the grandparents get to spend quality family time and the parents maybe get to enjoy a quiet evening drink! Our family head to the wonderful beaches of Great Yarmouth, enjoy feeding the animals at Banham Zoo, take a boat out on the Broads in south Norfolk and have a restful night's sleep at Waveney River Centre.

Empty Nesters

Norfolk is a great place to visit and stay if you're empty nesters looking to get away for a few days. Our couple enjoy history at Castle Rising and the royal residence of Sandringham outside King's Lynn, before taking in some artistic culture at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts outside Norwich.

Then it's time to relax with a stay at The Rose & Crown, Snettisham, in west Norfolk, the UK's Pub of the Year in 2015.