Norfolk has a wide range of attractions, with some of finest stately homes in England,
some beautiful beaches and coastline, and an abundance of wildlife. Here we select
our Top 10 favourite attractions in Norfolk. For more things to do in Norfolk please
click the link at the bottom of the page. You can also explore some of the towns
and villages in Norfolk by clicking the links on the right.
Norfolk self-catering cottages and bed and breakfast accommodation in Norfolk
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Blakeney Point, Morston, Norfolk. Watch seals and a huge variety of birds at this
nature reserve. See the shifting sands of Blakeney point, including the land-locked
old lifeboat station. Fascinating and beautiful.
Castle Rising, near King’s Lynn, Norfolk. One of the most famous 12th Century castles
in England. Now maintained by English Heritage.
Holkham Hall Estate, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk. Magnificent estate with Palladian
stately home, museum, extensive grounds, as well as Holkham village and beach.
Houghton Hall, near King’s Lynn, Norfolk. This magnificent stately home of Sir Robert
Walpole, first British Prime Minister. Also award winning garden and model soldier
Morston Marshes Nature Reserve, Morston, Norfolk. National Trust run nature reserve,
Morston Quay being the starting point for many boat trips to the Blakeney Seal colonies
Muckleburgh Collection, near Holt, Norfolk. Excellent collection of military vehicles
and equipment with informative displays and models. Housed in the old Weybourne military
Norfolk Lavender Farm, Heacham, near Hunstanton, Norfolk. England’s premier Lavender
farm. See the Lavender fields and distilliation process. Shop, tea-room, garden centre
and childrens play area.
The Sandringham Estate and visitor centre, near King’s Lynn, Norfolk. HM the Queen’s
official Norfolk retreat. Magnificent estate, visitor centre, Sandringham itself
and the Sandringham museum make this a must see attraction.
Snettisham Beach, magnificent sand and shingle beach on the north-west coast of Norfolk,
close to King’s Lynn. Quieter than the resorts further up the coast and next to the
Snettisham RSPB nature reserve.
Snettisham Wildlife Park, Snettisham, near King’s Lynn, Norfolk. Deer safaris, feeding
orphan lambs, collecting eggs, fantastic adventure playground. Fun for all the family.