Houses and buildings to visit in Norfolk
From a recently restored 500-year-old moated manor house to the largest windpump in the Norfolk Broads, Norfolk is home to several must-see houses and buildings ready for you to discover.
Discover more about Blickling Hall, a Jacobean mansion thought to be the birthplace of Anne Boleyn.
Discover the hall at Felbrigg in Norfolk. A place of surprises and delights where each room stirs the imagination.
Oxburgh has been home to the Bedingfelds for more than 500 years, and they still live within private apartments at Oxburgh today. Discover what you might see on your visit.
Climb to the top of Horsey Windpump, where there's special views from the windows on all five floors on the way up to the top, with 61 steps in total.
During the Second World War, Blickling became billets for RAF Oulton aircrew. The museum remembers those who served as part of Bomber Command squadrons and risked their lives.
Discover what there is to do at the Elizabethan House Museum in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. The building reflects the families who lived here from Tudor to Victorian times.
From a religious meeting house to a theatre venue used by Shakespeare, the history of St George's Guildhall dates back over 600 years. Discover more about its rich cultural story