Places to visit in Norfolk

Whether you're heading to the Norfolk Coast, looking to explore the Norfolk Broads, or escape the city of Norwich on a day out, here's some of the historic houses, gardens, golden sandy beaches and nature reserves that help to make Norfolk special.

Planning your visit

Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel, to see where is open and where you may need to book, as well as the most up to date information about visiting.

Blickling in the mist

Blickling Estate 

As well as a fascinating house to discover, the gardens and historic parkland are perfect for a relaxing stroll under Norfolk's big skies. All within a 15 minute drive from the outskirts of Norwich.

Felbrigg Sunset in Winter

Felbrigg Hall 

The hall contains much of its original collection, and reflects the people who shaped it. Set in extensive parkland, with a working walled garden, orangery, lake and miles of estate walks just waiting to be explored.

the black silhouette of the windpump against the sunset sky behind

Horsey Windpump 

After extensive restoration work, this landmark is once again standing proud in the Norfolk Broads. Admire its beauty and explore the wider Estate, which is now a haven for wildlife.

Sunrise at Brancaster Beach in Norfolk

Norfolk Coast 

One of the largest expanses of unspoilt coastline in the country. Venture along the Norfolk Coast, with its sandy beaches at Brancaster to the seal colony at Blakeney Point.

The Saloon at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Oxburgh Hall 

Oxburgh Hall often leaves a lasting impression. Step inside the home of the Bedingfeld family (who still live there today) and follow our story as we embark on an ambitious project to restore Oxburgh Hall to its former glory.

Walkers enjoying a clear day at Sheringham Park

Sheringham Park 

Wander through Sheringham Park and you'll soon realise why this place became the personal favourite of its designer, Humphry Repton. Climb a viewing tower for breathtaking views above the tree-tops and out to sea.

Looking out to sea from Roman Camp

West Runton 

This is the perfect place for a breezy walk up and down the hills of north Norfolk. Whatever the weather your walk will be rewarding.