Places to Visit in North Norfolk
Situated on the East Coast of England, North Norfolk has over 40 miles of stunning coastline and fantastic things to do to keep the whole family amused.
- North Norfolk Railway
- Sheringham town & beach
- Cromer beach & pier
- Shopping in Holt
- A trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point
- A visit to Wells
- The Muckleburgh Collection
- The Norfolk Broads
- Walking the Coast and Countryside
Enjoy walking the many fine beaches taking in magnificent unspoilt coastal views - perhaps stopping to rest awhile.
North Norfolk Railway
The North Norfolk Railway offers a 10.5 mile round trip by steam train (vintage diesel trains on some journeys) through a delightful area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty.
Sheringham town & beach
Whilst Sheringham has changed with the times, it has maintained much of its olde worlde charm and character which makes it a firm favourite with many people who return time after time.
Cromer beach & pier
Cromer Pier is a heritage seaside pier on the North Norfolk coast with the Pavilion Theatre at the end of it. One of only five UK end of pier theatres, it's home to The Cromer Pier Show, the only end of pier show of its kind in the world. It is also the ideal place for crab fishing, a great way to relax and connect with nature for all the family.
There are plenty of places to get a bite to eat and browse gift shops.
Shopping in Holt
Holt is a beautiful Georgian town in miniature, with antique and unusual gift shops. Amble down its charming streets and discover its hidden gems.
A trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point
A delightful experience for all the family.
A favourite with adults and children alike.
A visit to Wells
A beautiful and historic seaside resort, the area around Wells provides opportunities for sightseeing, water sports, bird watching, country walks and plenty of family fun.
The Muckleburgh Collection
The collection has over 120 tanks, guns and vehicles. There is a Restaurant and Shop and visitors have the opportunity of seeing a tank demonstration and of enjoying a bumpy coastal ride in an American Gama Goat personnel carrier.
The Norfolk Broads
One of England's National Parks, miles of waterways opening out into Broads. An enchanting landscape of reedbeds full of wildlife and windmills, so much a part of Norfolk's heritage.
Walking the Coast and Countryside
Enjoy walking the many fine beaches taking in magnificent coastal views - perhaps stopping to rest awhile.