North Norfolk has an abundance of superb tourist attractions and places of special interest to ensure that there is never a dull moment! The list below is just a selection of the many things North Norfolk has to offer. For a wider selection, please click here!
A magnificent country house estate, built by Britain’s first Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole. A fantastic house to visit, wonderful gardens to explore, with children’s park and restaurant.
Some of the most stunning walks in Norfolk are on land owned by the Holkham Estate. Beaches for dogs, cafés and restaurants that are all dog friendly as well as year round events to keep you busy.
Built in the early 17th century, Blickling is one of England’s great Jacobean houses. The spectacular Long Gallery houses one of the finest private collections of rare books in England, and you can view fine Mortlake tapestries, intricate plasterwork ceilings, an excellent collection of furniture and paintings, as well as the newly restored 19th-century Hungerford Pollen painted ceiling.
A wonderful 18th century country house with a beautiful stable block now used as and antique emporium.
Take a trip on a beautifully restored steam train through the Norfolk countryside and if you visit us over the Christmas period take a magical steam train to visit Father Christmas.