Our Top 5 Favourite Secret Things To Do In Norfolk

Looking for the best days out in Norfolk? Make the most of your Norfolk days out with this guide to the best ones in the county.

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visit Norwich Cathedral

The Norwich cathedral is an iconic landscape, a sacred space, a place for worship, and a historic treasure in the heart of the city.

For more than 900 years, Norwich Cathedral’s spire has risen high above the city’s skyline and its ancient architecture echoes with stories.

This cathedral has a rich history, beginning as a Benedictine monastery and continuing into the present. The Cathedral offers something new to discover every time you visit, whether you’re a first-time visitor or a regular visitor.

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visit Norwich Cathedral

The Norwich cathedral is an iconic landscape, a sacred space, a place for worship, and a historic treasure in the heart of the city.

For more than 900 years, Norwich Cathedral’s spire has risen high above the city’s skyline and its ancient architecture echoes with stories.

This cathedral has a rich history, beginning as a Benedictine monastery and continuing into the present. The Cathedral offers something new to discover every time you visit, whether you’re a first-time visitor or a regular visitor.

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Spend the day at Oxburgh Hall

An unshakable Catholic faith and a story of endurance can be found in Oxburgh, home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years

With plenty of activities to choose from, Oxburgh Hall is the perfect place for a family adventure. Family activities include orienteering, building a den in the woodland play area, and searching for secret doorways in the house.

Discover what this home reveals about the collection habits of a single family through the ages through its fascinating history of the Bedingfelds.

Oxburgh_Hall,_2017

Spend the day at Oxburgh Hall

An unshakable Catholic faith and a story of endurance can be found in Oxburgh, home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years

With plenty of activities to choose from, Oxburgh Hall is the perfect place for a family adventure. Family activities include orienteering, building a den in the woodland play area, and searching for secret doorways in the house.

Discover what this home reveals about the collection habits of a single family through the ages through its fascinating history of the Bedingfelds.

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explore the Norfolk Coast Path

The Norfolk Coast Path runs along Norfolk’s heritage coast from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea. Throughout the route, the path encounters cliffs, dunes, creeks, and golden beaches. Experience seaside towns and villages, tidal marshes teeming with wildlife, wide sandy beaches, pine woodlands and huge skies.

Seaports, fishing villages, seaside resorts and fishing villages along the trail all boast their own interesting histories and welcoming charms. Various types of wildlife can be found along the Norfolk coastline, including sea creatures and birds. This magical land of dunes and salt marshes, sea air and warm welcomes awaits you along Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail.

Happisburgh,Beach,And,Eroding,Cliffs,On,The,Norfolk,Coast

explore the Norfolk Coast Path

The Norfolk Coast Path runs along Norfolk’s heritage coast from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea. Throughout the route, the path encounters cliffs, dunes, creeks, and golden beaches. Experience seaside towns and villages, tidal marshes teeming with wildlife, wide sandy beaches, pine woodlands and huge skies.

Seaports, fishing villages, seaside resorts and fishing villages along the trail all boast their own interesting histories and welcoming charms. Various types of wildlife can be found along the Norfolk coastline, including sea creatures and birds. This magical land of dunes and salt marshes, sea air and warm welcomes awaits you along Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail.

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Stop by The Plantation Garden

This Victorian town garden is situated off Earlham Road in Norwich, Norfolk and is a turn-of-the-century restoration.

It is an oasis of peace and tranquility just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of the city center, hidden from view from the busy road and known locally as ‘The Secret Garden’.

Designed by Henry Trevor (1819-1897), a successful and prosperous upholsterer and cabinetmaker in the area, the garden was a lasting legacy. A disused chalk quarry just outside the city walls was taken on long-term lease in 1856 by him, and he purposed to build himself a family home and create one of the best Victorian gardens still in existence.

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Stop by The Plantation Garden

This Victorian town garden is situated off Earlham Road in Norwich, Norfolk and is a turn-of-the-century restoration.

It is an oasis of peace and tranquility just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of the city center, hidden from view from the busy road and known locally as ‘The Secret Garden’.

Designed by Henry Trevor (1819-1897), a successful and prosperous upholsterer and cabinetmaker in the area, the garden was a lasting legacy. A disused chalk quarry just outside the city walls was taken on long-term lease in 1856 by him, and he purposed to build himself a family home and create one of the best Victorian gardens still in existence.

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stroll through Cromer Pier

The Cromer Pier is a 151 metre long, Grade II listed Victorian pier. One of only five UK end of pier theatres, it hosts the world’s only full season end of pier show. Generations of visitors have enjoyed the Cromer Pier Show, an exquisite blend of tradition and contemporary variety.

All year long, you can enjoy a full day out on the Pier. Simply perfect for spending some time alone with yourself or with your family. Nature paints a whole new picture each day, giving you a completely new experience every time you visit. Peace and tranquillity, yet with a vibrant feeling, all year round offering a whole new experience every day.

No matter if you’re a local or on vacation, Cromer Pier is a must-see.

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stroll through Cromer Pier

The Cromer Pier is a 151 metre long, Grade II listed Victorian pier. One of only five UK end of pier theatres, it hosts the world’s only full season end of pier show. Generations of visitors have enjoyed the Cromer Pier Show, an exquisite blend of tradition and contemporary variety.

All year long, you can enjoy a full day out on the Pier. Simply perfect for spending some time alone with yourself or with your family. Nature paints a whole new picture each day, giving you a completely new experience every time you visit. Peace and tranquillity, yet with a vibrant feeling, all year round offering a whole new experience every day.

No matter if you’re a local or on vacation, Cromer Pier is a must-see.

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