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A beige windmill standing tall against a blue sky in west Norfolk.

Attractions

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!

Categories

  1. Abseiling
  2. Activity Provider
  3. Archery
  4. Arts & Crafts
  5. Badminton
  6. Board/Card Games
  7. Boat Hire
  8. Bouldering
  9. Bowls
  10. Bushcraft/Foraging
  11. Canoeing
  12. Carriage Driving
  13. Children’s Indoor Play Area
  14. Children’s Playground
  15. City Trail
  16. Clay Pigeon Shooting
  17. Cricket
  18. Cross Country Driving Route
  19. Cultural Activity
  20. Cycle Hire
  21. Cycle Route
  22. Darts
  23. Diving
  24. Electric Bike Hire
  25. Electric Scooter hire
  26. Escape Room
  27. Escape Rooms
  28. Experience
  29. Factory Tour
  30. Falconry & Birds of Prey
  31. Family Friendly
  32. Farm Trail
  33. Fishing
  34. Flying Centre
  35. Food & Drink
  36. Football
  37. Geocaching
  38. Go-karting
  39. Golf
  40. Hill Walk
  41. Horse Riding
  42. Horse Route
  43. Ice-skating
  44. Indoor
  45. Indoor Adventure Park
  46. Indoor Pursuits Centre
  47. Jacuzzi/Whirlpool
  48. Kayaking
  49. Keep-fit Class
  50. Kite Surfing
  51. Lazer Games
  52. Leisure Centre
  53. Llama or Camel Trekking
  54. Marina
  55. Mine Exploration
  56. Mountain Biking
  57. Nature & Wildlife
  58. Nature Trail
  59. Off Road Activities
  60. Orienteering
  61. Outdoor
  62. Outdoor Pursuits Centre
  63. Paddleboarding
  64. Paint Ball
  65. Pitch & Putt/Crazy Golf
  66. Pony Trekking
  67. Potholing/Caving
  68. Pottery Craft Activity
  69. Power Boating
  70. Quad Biking
  71. Rafting
  72. Road Cycle Route
  73. Rock Climbing
  74. Roller-skating
  75. Ropes Course
  76. Rowing
  77. Rugby League
  78. Rugby Union
  79. Running Route
  80. Rural Skills
  81. Sailing
  82. Sauna
  83. Scrambling
  84. Sea Bathing
  85. Shooting/Hunting
  86. Skate or Mountain Boarding
  87. Skateboarding
  88. Ski Slope
  89. Slipway for Boats
  90. Snooker/Billiards/Pool
  91. Solarium
  92. Spa
  93. Sports Stadium
  94. Squash
  95. Star Gazing
  96. Swimming Indoor
  97. Swimming Outdoor
  98. Team Building
  99. Ten Pin Bowling
  100. Tennis
  101. Themed Trail
  102. Town Trail
  103. Trampolining
  104. Volleyball
  105. Wakeboarding
  106. Walking Route
  107. Water Sports
  108. Water-Skiing
  109. Wellbeing
  110. Windsurfing
  111. Workshops & Training
  • All Saints Church

    Hillington Square/Church Lane, King’s Lynn

    All Saints is a Hidden Pearl – a beautiful church in the heart of King’s Lynn and the oldest church in the town too.

  • All Saint’s Church

    High Street, Stoke Ferry

    This church currently consists of a nave, chancel and bellcote. The nave is basically early medieval, remodelled in the 15th century. The old chancel was demolished in the 17th century and the west tower fell in 1758 when the building was remodelled. The church was rebuilt in 1848 and the stained glass windows added later that century. Inside is a 15th century patterned font.

  • Bircham Windmill

    Snettisham Road, Great Bircham, King’s Lynn

    A family run attraction with something for everyone. Bake some bread, climb the mill, tearooms, bakery, shop, garden and animals.

  • Castle Acre Castle

    Castle Acre,

    The remains of a Norman manor house which became a castle with earthworks, set by the side of a village.

  • Castle Acre Priory

    Stocks Green, King’s Lynn

    Beautiful historic priory built in 1090. Explore the priors lodgings, ruins of the priory and cloister.

  • Castle Rising Castle

    Castle Rising,

    Castle Rising Castle is a fine example of a Norman castle. The rectangular keep, one of the largest, was built around 1140 by William D’Albini.

  • Central Park

    Nar Ouse Way, King’s Lynn

    A 7 acre park situated alongside the River Nar in South Lynn, providing good access for walkers and cyclists.

  • Creake Abbey Courtyard Shops and Cafe

    North Creake, Fakenham

    Creake Abbey is located one mile north of the village of North Creake and three miles south of Burnham Market, it has flourished in to a rural retail complex housing boutique shops, a framers and gallery, hairdresser plus Food Hall.

  • Dersingham Pottery & Gallery

    46 Chapel Road, Dersingham

    Dersingham Pottery and Gallery started in 1972 showcasing the handthrown porcelain and stoneware of June Mullarkey.

  • Elgood’s Brewery and Garden

    North Brink Brewery, Wisbech

    Traditional 18th century family brewery. Four acre garden with many delightful features.
    Visitor Centre, tearoom and licensed bar.