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Things to do in Norfolk

 Whatever your interests, whatever your age, whether you're on your own, as a couple, in a group, or with kids, Norfolk has things to do for you all

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Festivals & Culture

so much to see and do

Art lovers and culture vultures will be in their element. You'll find many galleries and exhibitions, and concerts range from classical at country houses to outdoor pop in Thetford Forest. Festivals include beer, literature, food and drink and the biggest of them all - the Norfolk and Norwich Festival in May.

Whatever the weather, Norfolk has attractions to suit all tastes and pockets, from adventure parks to animals in zoos, from historic houses to excellent gardens and museums.

Norfolk is also a county where history comes to life – and what a history it is, ranging from Seahenge, which has been dated to around 2050BC, to the award-winning Time & Tide museum which tells the story of the Great Yarmouth fishing industry.

Those who have left their mark on Norfolk include Romans, Saxons, Normans, Dutch and Americans. Figures from history include Boudicca and Nelson, whose national importance is such that their statues top-and-tail Whitehall in London, and the Hollywood actor James Stewart earned honours as a courageous second world war air force commander flying from a base in Norfolk.

Norfolk County Council's Out and About in Norfolk has information including Public Rights of Way, Windmills and activities for children and young people.