Explore Norfolk UK Blog is all about sharing Norfolk with you, the reader. Detailed insights into the many beaches, medieval ruins, stately homes, city breaks, bird watching sites - and so it goes on.
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Stiffkey Marshes to Wells Harbour is a gentle walk along the Norfolk Coast Path. Explore Norfolk on foot and experience wildlife and nature at its best
Norfolk Walking Holidays. Explore Norfolk UK by walking the Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path. Experience stunning coastal scenery and ever changing rural countryside when you book your self guided walking holiday with us
The Norfolk museums are extremely diverse and are dotted all over Norfolk. There’s always something for everyone. Many have exhibits which have been passionately restored, others are a testimony to the local people and area
The Muckleburgh Collection is an unassuming but brilliant and fascinating military museum for young and old, male and female! Over 150 tanks, guns and vehicles and lots of other captivating exhibits
The Dabbling Duck, Gt Massingham, is one of Mid Norfolk’s most relaxed pet friendly pubs with accommodation. Perfectly placed for Sandringham, Houghton, Holkham Hall, and the amazing Norfolk beaches
Ranworth Broad Norfolk Wildlife Trust guided evening boat trip to St Benet’s Abbey and the broad itself is an enlightening, interesting and very enjoyable way to spend a few hours on the water
Mundesley beach, not far from Cromer beach and Walcott, North Norfolk, still retains its old Victorian feel. A perfect child friendly beach with lifeguards in summer and a beach café on the promenade
RSPB reserves in Norfolk encouraging families to discover the true beauty of nature with their Wild Things Events, Wild Challenges and Give Nature A Home activities. Arouse children’s imagination by getting outside and discovering and discussing ways of helping our wildlife
Many Norfolk beaches stretch for miles, with vast expanse of sand and sky line. Others are perfect for bird watching or dog walking, some are pleasure beaches with piers. Which one will suit you?
Walsingham Priory ruins and the grounds surrounding it in Norfolk, covered with snowdrops in February, is a serene, peaceful place to visit, full of history and famed for its shrines and pilgrimages