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Things to do in Norfolk if it rains

16 February 2020

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…

Welly walks in Norfolk

16 February 2020

It's been raining but now it's time to get outdoors again, so whack on the wellies, grab a warm coat and squelch around Norfolk to your heart’s content…

Amazing things to do when you Spring Into Norfolk!

13 February 2020

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 Spring into Norfolk!

New 'Discover Zone' for Deep History Coast at Cromer

13 February 2020

From pre-historic to present day – the North Norfolk Visitor Centre at Cromer celebrates its opening and introduction of fun new 'Discover Zone' for Deep History Coast.

10 reasons you must visit Norfolk!

12 February 2020

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.

Family fun this Summer in Norfolk

12 February 2020

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, the school holidays are here, and we've got everything you need for a family-friendly fun time!

Free wild days out in Norfolk

12 February 2020

Norfolk has fantastic visitor attractions and entertainment, but it’s also a great place to discover the great outdoors. We’ve come up with our favourite free Wild Days Out and what to see, including Thetford Forest, Blakeney Point, Hickling Broad, West Runton, Horsey and Holkham. Plus a spot of wild swimming...

Norfolk's top 10 dog-friendly beaches

12 February 2020

Dogs and responsible owners are welcome on many Norfolk beaches year-round. In fact, on these beaches you’ll look positively under-dressed if you don’t have a canine friend! Check time tides as well, because many of these beaches are best at low tide.

Top dog-friendly parks and woods

12 February 2020

Norfolk welcomes dogs and their owners, and we can promise lots of opportunities to run around on our coast and beaches and in the countryside. Here's our favourite dog-friendly parks and woods to explore.

Why is Yarmouth called Great

12 February 2020

Why is Yarmouth called Great? It’s not just because it’s the East Coast’s greatest seaside resort. The town also has a rich heritage stretching back many centuries. It's been written about by Charles Dickens and Daniel Defoe. Horatio Nelson was a visitor. And it was once the largest herring port in the world.

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