Attractions

Norfolk is the fourth largest county in England and is famous for its beautiful ‘Broads', over 100 miles of navigable waterways that are a magnet for sailors and nature lovers. There are over 200 bird species in the area because of its diversity, ranging from protected wetland to costal marshes with a rich agricultural heritage somewhere in-between. Throughout the Broads are nature reserves, visitor centres and bird hides for all the family to enjoy.

A rich history stretching back to Saxon times has resulted in some stunning architecture sprinkled amongst interesting little villages and small towns. Sandringham, the Queen's country retreat is a great place to visit and offers a house, gardens, museum and large country park to explore. This is just one of a host of historical treasures to enjoy in the area.

To plan your day out, have a look the hand-picked selection of activities shown below. You will find an abundance of interesting suggestions for you and your family to enjoy -whatever you are looking for, Norfolk surely has it somewhere.