Easter holidays in Norfolk

The Easter holidays are a great time to get outdoors and discover nature. As well as a weekend of Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts, there's lots more activities to enjoy over the two week period in Norfolk.

Family walking dogs

Which places are open and what you need to know before you visit 

We're reopening the places you love, gradually, safely and in step with government advice. Our houses, gardens and parklands remain closed for now, in line with the rules about ticketed venues. But we're opening some of our coast and countryside car parks in England, so you can get out into green spaces. You'll need to book for some of them. Some coast and countryside car parks in Northern Ireland will start to reopen from 27 May. For now, all car parks in Wales have to remain closed on government advice. Read this article to find out what's open, how you can visit, and what to expect from your visit.

Percy the Park Keeper on Wall

Blickling Estate 

Join Percy The Park Keeper and his woodland friends in a series of interactive trails around the estate, based on Nick Butterworth's classic character. Explore the grounds as you help Percy on a nature adventure, then enjoy dressing up and playing in the springtime garden.

A boy building a den in the woods

Felbrigg Hall 

There's lots to see and do whilst you're out exploring with the family at Felbrigg this Easter. Explore the gardens with a spring trail, look for clues that will lead you to a Cadbury Easter treat or enjoy some craft activities.

A child doing a trail at Dyffryn Gardens

Horsey Windpump 

Why not discover somewhere new this Easter and explore Horsey Windpump, on the edge of the Norfolk Broads? Join us on a nature adventure around the wildlife garden or pop inside to take a look at the mill (we can recommend the view from the top).

A family enjoying a leisurely walk at Oxburgh Hall

Oxburgh Hall 

Enjoy a spring walk with the family through the woods and along the river at Oxburgh Hall this Easter. There will be 50 things to do before you're 11¾ activities to tick off along the way that will help your family look out for and learn more about nature.

Child completing a trail

Peckover House & Garden 

Come and discover Peckover's garden as the spring bulbs appear. Get active this Easter by completing the trail of challenges in the garden, then enjoy an Easter biscuit as your prize.

Children look at their trail map in a woodland

Sheringham Park 

As well as the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt that's running for the whole two weeks of the holidays at Sheringham Park, you can also book onto one of our night hikes, family survival school or go on an adder adventure.

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