Visit West Norfolk is the official Destination Management Organisation (DMO) for King’s Lynn and West Norfolk. We aim to increase the number of people visiting and staying in west Norfolk, encourage tourists to visit local attractions and support the promotion of sustainable and responsible tourism in the area. Please find below ways in which we can help your tourism business in west Norfolk.
At Visit West Norfolk, we promote tourist attractions and venues in west Norfolk, and this could include your business for free.
What do you need to do?
Simply send an email to email@example.com and ask to join our free Visit West Norfolk listings and we will get to work on creating a public-facing business entry for your business (using existing online content or submitted details by yourself).
Once featured on our digital platforms you can request to be removed from our private business contact list and website at any time. You can even manage your own Visit West Norfolk business entry with free login details too if you wish.
What type of events can I upload here?
Our listings give a shining light on colourful events across the west Norfolk area that hold a strong tourist or visitor appeal. If you are holding (or looking for) a service, local consultation or other regular community-focussed meeting or event beyond our scope, please do visit the links for externally-managed local community event platforms here: King’s Lynn Event Check, Downham Market Town Council and Hunstanton Info.
Link up with Visit West Norfolk to receive our west Norfolk tourism business email updates that can notify you of forthcoming support and grants, business-based events, governmental resources and much more, specially for our west Norfolk area.
To sign-up to receive the very latest tourism trade news for the region from Visit West Norfolk, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year a report is commissioned to assess the value and volume of tourism in west Norfolk. Copies of these reports (from 2012- 2020) can be viewed from the list below: