I have only lived in Norfolk for a 4 years and I’m still discovering all of the wonderful things there are to do here. Now that we have Erin, John and I are always looking for places to take her and new places to explore. I’ve asked for some advice from other bloggers and they’ve come up with a fun list of 9 Things To Do In Norfolk This Summer!
Lauren Gordon We love Banham Zoo and Africa Alive, Dino Park, Happisburgh beach, Thetford Forest, hiring a boat in Wroxham, Joyland and arcades in Yarmouth, Pettits (return for half price once you’ve been once), explore Castle Acre, go crabbing, I could go on !
Dilan and Me
Lauren Hire a boat from Hickling and go for a little trip around the broads. If you stop off at Ranworth you can climb the spiral staircase in the church for some gorgeous views from the top!
Jaymee Heaton DinoPark is amazing!! We went and loved literally every second. I read recently they opened a splash zone too! I would say it would be great even when raining as it gives a great Jurassic feel to it.
3 boys, a husband and a house!
Sarah Anguish Redwings at Caldicott is a good free family day out.
Redwings Horse Sanctuary
Julie Wigg. Whitlingham Broad is lovely for a walk and an ice cream.
Norwich Castle is also worth a visit – lots of hands on activities for children to do and interesting for adults, too.
Maria Hughes We loved Banham Zoo & Africa Alive – the giraffes were amazing and we even saw baby Giraffes when we went! We love Great Yarmouth; the Beach, pirate adventure golf, the Amusements & the lovely little Greek restaurant right on the seafront.
One of our personal favourites is Banham Zoo. Erin had so much fun the last time we went and she loves anything to do with animals. We’re lucky to have a small zoo, Amazona Zoo close by in Cromer so we go there quite often.
Have you ever been to Norfolk or are you from here? I’d love to hear some more recommendations!