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54 things to do in Norfolk

Make the most of your time off in the remote Norfolk. It may be a difficult place to get to but as they say, the longest roads lead to the best adventures. Here are some brilliant things to experience once you’re there. Norfolk has a lot to offer; fun fairs, great restaurants, historical pubs, spectacular events… and so much more!

Your first stop may be to experience the World famous Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach, with great rides to experience, pure joy and barrels of laughter to be had with family or friends. Then you may choose to truly explore the heritage of Norwich with one of their Hidden History Tours, where you’ll find a much richer past than you may expect in this isolated part of Britain.

Before you put your head down for some much-needed rest, you may wish to experience one of the most spectacular natural light shows in the entire world by getting a mind-blowing view of the Northern Lights in the starry skies of Norfolk.

Enjoy the wonder of discovery.

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Want to try golfing with a bit more excitement? This adventure golf is the perfect fun activity for groups of friends, families and dates! Putt your way to victory through this vibrant course where you will …

Are you an aviation enthusiast looking for a great day out? The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum is the right place for you and deserves a place in your stack. With buildings for RAF Bomber Command, …

Are you interested in canoeing? The Broads Canoe Hire Association is the right place for you. The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is Britain’s largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway and you can canoe down …

The City of Norwich Aviation Museum opened all the way back in 1977 however it was in 1985 the museum moved to its present site and an air fair was held to help raise funds to …

Do you love to climb? Then Highball Climbing Centre is a great addition to your stack. Open to all experience levels, Highball Climbing Centre is a great spot to climb, train, and hang out. You will …

This is the perfect experience for true gin fans. St. Giles Gin is offering you the chance to tour their award-winning gin production distillery and then have a guided gin-making session using a copper pot mini …

Start your engines at Anglia Karting Centre – Norfolk’s home of motorsport! Set yourself a challenge with tight corners, tunnels and super-fast straights that are guaranteed to get your adrenaline flowing. You will race over that …

This mysterious landscape looks almost lunar thanks to the legacy of years of activity by Neolithic flint miners. This ancient 90-acre site with its strange, undulating mounds and depressions in a woodland clearing is Grime’s Graves, …

Underneath the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell lies a secret… the largest vaulted undercroft in the city. These rooms were part of the original medieval house and were used for storage. The undercroft was also …

An exciting mix of white-knuckle and child-friendly rides makes Pleasure Beach ideal for a fun family day out! The Pleasure Beach with its mixture of modern and traditional attractions sits at the top of Great Yarmouth’s …

The museum was founded in 1844 by members of the Lynn Conversazione and Society of Arts who wanted ‘the establishment of an institution so well calculated to improve the taste of the inhabitants of the town …

Do you have something in need of celebrating? Man Cave Norwich is the way to celebrate with private bookings of all occasions. Being Norwich’s number 1 private party venue, you are guaranteed to have a good …

Are you looking for a new adventure? X Adventure Activities offers the opportunity to experience 16 different land and water-based activities, including an amazing canoeing experience. Norfolk’s River Bure is a gentle and slow-moving river offering …

Are you interested in radars and the RAF? Head over to Norfolk’s radar museum and experience the UK’s radar history first-hand. Here you will find the UK’s only Cold War Operations Room which was vital in …