The official visitor website for Norfolk

Be inspired by Norfolk

Head outdoors in Norfolk

22 February 2019

The days are warmer and longer - now is the perfect time to head outdoors to have fun. From splashing around in the sea and making sandcastles on our beautiful beaches to discovering wildlife and nature in the Broads and Brecks,or being a flaneur in Norwich, you’ll never be short of exciting adventures.

Seven Natural Wonders of Norfolk

22 February 2019

The best-protected chalk river in Europe, the highest point in East Anglia, the longest chalk reef in the world, the largest seal colony in England, the last land link between the UK and the Continent, one of the first industrial centres in Europe and the warmest, driest area in the country... these are the seven natural wonders of Norfolk.

100 top things to do in Norfolk

21 February 2019

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!

Norfolk's east coast beaches

21 February 2019

There are so many great, family-friendly beaches along the east coast between Gorleston-on-Sea and Cromer, not least magnificent Great Yarmouth, Winterton-on-Sea, Happisburgh, Sea Palling, Hemsby and Horsey. Get ready for fabulous unspoilt sand, often backed with marram-tufted dunes.

Norfolk's north coast beaches

21 February 2019

North Norfolk has a stretch of coast that has amazing variety, from tidal creeks and salt marshes and huge expanses of unspoilt beach to a shingle spit, harbours and rolling cliffs, including Hunstanton, Cromer, Wells-next-the-Sea, Holkham and Brancaster.

Pensthorpe launch new events for nature lovers

21 February 2019

Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, has announced a new programme of special expert-led events aimed at nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. From guided garden walks to night-time bat and moth tours and even opportunities to hear the majestic dawn chorus as the sun rises over the reserve, the events are accessible to both novices and the experienced alike.

February half term events in Norfolk

20 February 2019

The days are starting to get brighter and longer and everything's walking up from Winter hibernation... including Norfolk's brilliant visitor attractions. And many are putting on special events for the family to enjoy. Plus your chance to win family tickets to some of our best visitor attractions...

Get ahead of the crowd... book your 2019 holiday in Norfolk

20 February 2019

It might seem a little way off, particularly while it’s still dank and dark outside, but now’s the best time to plan your 2019 holiday to make sure you get the accommodation of your dreams and to give yourself something to look forward to!

Amazing things to do when you Spring Into Norfolk!

19 February 2019

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 #SpringIntoNorfolk!

Film locations in Norfolk, UK

19 February 2019

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. And in 2019 Gorleston-on-Sea beach features in Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' new film Yesterday with Lily James.

More Inspiration