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100 BRILLIANT things to do at the Norfolk coast

24 September 2021

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.

Fall for Norfolk this Autumn and head outdoors!

24 September 2021

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.

Contemporary artist Chris Levine anounces major exhibition at Houghton Hall

20 September 2021

Houghton Hall in Norfolk is set to be transformed by a major solo exhibition of contemporary British artist, Chris Levine, 528 Hz Love Frequency. Marking the inaugural winter show in the historic grounds of this prestigious art venue, this exhibition running between 22 October and 23 December 2021 will feature a series of new holographic artworks, print works and large immersive laser and LED installations.

Discover dark sky magic on guided Broads night walks

20 September 2021

Two guided Dark Skies walks with wildlife enthusiast and nocturnal explorer, Jon Tyler, offer a rare opportunity to visit How Hill Nature Reserve at night-time, with only the owls and nocturnal animals to accompany you.

Fall for Norfolk with our Autumn itineraries

20 September 2021

There's still time to book an Autumn trip to Norfolk. 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 Fall For Norfolk. And here is why...

39 fabulous facts about the Norfolk coast

9 September 2021

The first tourists ever to come to the UK, the largest mammoth skeleton ever found, birthplace of our greatest naval hero, the largest seal colony in England and the home of the fish finger… where else but on the Norfolk coast!

Favourite Royal Norfolk-based spots to explore

8 September 2021

Norfolk is a beautiful, quiet and rural part of Britain, much loved by the Queen, the late Prince Phillip, William and Kate, and other members of the British Royal Family. Generations have escaped to this picturesque corner of England to enjoy its wide sandy beaches, gorgeous open spaces, quaint villages, grand country houses and castles.

Norfolk gardens top 10

8 September 2021

Norfolk has a huge collection of gardens, from small higgledy-piggledy cottage gardens to wonderfully relaxing water gardens and magnificent stately home gardens. You can't beat wandering around someone else's garden and enjoying the rewards of all their hard work! Actually, our gardens are so good we couldn't help adding an eleventh and a twelfth, and a maze...

21 great sights of Norfolk!

7 September 2021

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!

Best things to do in Norwich, Norfolk

6 September 2021

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.

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