Bumblebarn at Sheringwood, Beeston Regis in North Norfolk provides Alpaca walks. The animals can be led by both adults and young children. This is a very enjoyable way to spend an hour or two.
Tourist attractions in North Norfolk
North Norfolk Steam Train at Kelling Fancy an amazing ride through the countryside of North Norfolk on a steam train bedecked with Christmas lights. What a great trip for children…
Sea Palling Beach Two of North Norfolk’s beaches have featured in a Sunday Times’ list of the UK’s best. The beaches at Sea Palling and Holme-next-the-Sea were listed at 17…
Ross' wildlife boat trips from Horsey are a very enjoyable and informative way to spend an hour. You will see some rare species, including in high summer, the beautiful swallowtail butterfly.
Lifeguard Flag - supervised bathing area between the flags The warmer weather will soon be here. I promise! So, get the bathing costumes, the suntan oil and the beach…
An exhibition of paintings by Constable, Turner and Cotman at the Time & Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life runs until September the 9th.
The National Trust is displaying some curious items in cabinets at its Felbrigg Hall property near Cromer.
With its wide open spaces and numerous footpaths, Norfolk is a great county for dog owners where you and your pet can get plenty of fresh Norfolk air and some healthy exercise.
A selection of the many attractions that the North Norfolk coast has to offer to visitors.
The North Norfolk Railway - also known as the Poppy Line - is one of the county's favourite tourist attractions. The engineers that maintain the engines and rolling stock are mainly volunteers, as are the staff in the station shops, restaurants and booking offices. Thousands of tourists visit the stations and ride the steam trains from Sheringham to Weybourne and Holt each year.