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Favourite Royal Norfolk-based spots to explore

7 June 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.

How to fit in as a local when you visit Norfolk

3 June 2021

You've come to Norfolk to get away from the stress and strain of everyday, routine life… and you're very welcome. But what's the etiquette when you're talking to the Good 'Ol Boys down the Parched Parrot? Let us help you… follow our guide and you'll soon have an ear of wheat sticking out of the side of your mouth and be 'oo-arring' with the best of them.

Enjoy the Broads with your four-legged friends

27 May 2021

Norfolk-based The Barking Bugle give us an insight into how to enjoy the Broads National Park with your four-legged friends.

New waymarked pilgrimage route launched between Norwich and Walsingham

25 May 2021

A new waymarked walking route between Norwich and Walsingham is being launched to celebrate the tradition of pilgrimage in the county, encourage more people to enjoy the rural landscape of the Wensum Valley and provide a boost to sustainable tourism in the local area. Called the Walsingham Way, the new 37-mile path is inspired by a network of pilgrimage routes that once crossed the county as pilgrims from across Europe travelled to north Norfolk’s Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.

Family fun this Summer in Norfolk

24 May 2021

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!

Norfolk's top 10 beaches

24 May 2021

We offer ten of the best beaches in the county for specific activities, including Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Cromer, Hunstanton. And then we tell you about a few more as well... we've got so many great beaches in Norfolk!

Romans, Boudicca and Iceni in Norfolk

23 May 2021

Norfolk has a rich and varied history of invasion and conquest, but it was the Romans who came here first and put their stamp on the county, much of which you can still see today in some beautiful and diverse locations. Their story includes Queen Boudicca, the original exponent of Girl Power, and her Iceni tribe, the magnificent Roman Burgh Castle at Great Yarmouth and Roman regional capital at Venta Icenorum at Caistor St Edmund near Norwich.

Best things to do in Norwich, Norfolk

7 May 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.

Escape The Everyday in the Brecks and Thetford Forest

26 April 2021

Off the beaten track and with one of the most distinctive landscapes in the UK, there are few better places in the East of England to Escape The Everyday than Breckland. Oh, and it also boasts the country’s best overall climate with low rainfall and hot summers.

Visit D.W. Haggard’s The Tidal Bride destinations

22 April 2021

Lovers of suspense and thriller fiction will find even more reason to visit Norfolk in D.W. Haggard’s new novel The Tidal Bride. Haggard reveals the places and hidden histories off the well-worn tourist trail, and gives new perspectives to what we love about Norfolk. The six short stories offer a compelling tour through the county and provide a new way to enjoy a visit through living in the footsteps of the stories’ characters.