There’s so much to do in west Norfolk that you’ll want to come back again and again. Whether you are on holiday or just visiting for the day, there are lots to entertain all of the family, in or out of season… whatever the weather!
Lightening, Vampire and Provost Aircraft. Buccaneer, Provost and Jumbo Jet cockpits. Aviation archaeology artefacts, Aero engines, uniforms and models.
Grade II* Georgian house in which Octavia Hill, social reformer and co-founder of the National Trust was born. Museum commemorates her life, work and legacy.
Step inside the home of the Peckovers, a family of Quaker bankers who lived here for 150 years. Delve into their lives and enjoy the sensory delights of this wonderful two-acre garden.
A masterpiece of 14thC architecture. Famous annual flower festival. A wonderful example of church architecture set amongst the peaceful village setting of Walpole St Peter.
Dominated by water and rocks, with sub-tropical atmosphere, 0.75 acres. Eucalyptus, rockeries and palms. Koi carp, black swans, ducks and peacocks.
A wetland nature reserve of 1,000 acres attracting large numbers of ducks and swans in winter and waders in spring and summer plus a range of wild plants and butterflies.