May half-term in Norfolk

There are lots of opportunities at National Trust places in Norfolk for kids to get messy, muddy and back in touch with nature this May half-term. Here are some of our favourite places to go for a wild family day out.

A child sowing seed in a pot

Blickling Estate 

Why not bring your bikes for a family cycle ride around the Park, enjoy an adventure in the woods or get your hands dirty with our 'sow and grow' activities in the Walled Garden? This half term there will also be a new book themed trail to enjoy around the house.

Children bird watching

Felbrigg Hall 

Enjoy your own family adventure at Felbrigg - all you need is a little imagination. From birdwatching down by the lake to den building in the woods, will you be able to find one of our four hollow trees on the estate and see if you can fit inside?

Man holding a crab in front of boy over pockpool

Norfolk Coast 

Join us for Terrific Tuesday at Blakeney Quay, or Wild Wednesday and 50 Things Thursday on Brancaster Beach this May half-term. There’s no need to book, simply drop in between 10am and 4pm to enjoy crabbing, kite flying, stone skimming and epic sandcastle building!

A boy lifting a branch to build a den

Oxburgh Hall 

Join us at Oxburgh Hall on Wednesday 20 February, when children (and their grown up) can find out more about the work of a ranger with our woodland activities (booking required). Whatever day you visit, you can spend time building dens, hunting for bugs or enjoying the garden games on offer.

A child pond dipping at Sheringham Park

Sheringham Park 

Building a den, hunting for bugs or finding a geocache are just some of the activities you can enjoy at Sheringham Park this May half-term. It's also a great time of year for bird watching. Why not pick up one of our tracker packs from visitor reception to help you and your family explore the park?

Every family day out helps us care for special places for half-terms to come

Thanks to you, when you join, donate, visit or volunteer, your support helps us to look after special places for ever, for everyone.