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Located on the Cromer Road, a short distance from the centre of Sheringham, Priory Maze and Gardens is set within 10 acres, with various themed gardens and a hedge maze. Beautiful gardens and diverse planting have created the perfect habitat for a wide range of mammals, birds, and insects. Discover their resident pheasants, woodcock, snipe, kingfisher and goldcrest, as well as many other regulars and maybe even spot waxwings, firecrest, crossbills and tree creepers.
An intimate theatre located in the popular Norfolk seaside town of Hunstanton, it comprises of stalls, front circle, and upper circle, with a seating capacity of 464. Overlooking the green and the beautiful Wash, the theatre hosts a wide programme of entertainment, from live shows, music, comedy, films and more, offering something for everyone.
Located at the south end of Great Yarmouth’s famous Golden Mile, Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach covers an area of nine acres and attracts vast numbers of visitors each year. It’s a free to enter amusement park and visitors either pay-per-ride through purchasing ride tokens or purchase an all-day wristband for unlimited rides for the remainder of that day.
Located 14 miles north of King’s Lynn and close to the seaside destinations of Heacham and Hunstanton, Snettisham Park is a 329 acre working farm. Growing wheat for animal feed, malting barley, sugar beet and grass for their ewe flock, herd of red deer, horses and ponies. This popular Norfolk attraction offers visitors the opportunity to take a deer safari and get up close to their herd of red deer, maybe see lambs being born during the lambing season, collect fresh farm eggs, ride ponies and explore their three walking trails.
Based at Brancaster Staithe, on the north Norfolk coast, Norfolk Fishing Trips and Charter runs fishing trips during the summer months from this idyllic part of the county, with a long maritime history. Enjoy powering across the water to your fishing destination, aboard their well-equipped charter boat for an unforgettable fishing experience.
Hoveton Hall Estate covers 620 acres of gardens, parkland, woodland, grazing and arable land. Hoveton Hall is a fine Regency Hall built between 1809-1812 and has been owned by the Buxton family since 1946. Built of gault brick with a slate roof, the design is attributed to Humphrey Repton, the last great English landscape designer of the eighteenth century.
This magnificent building was built in the 1720s for Great Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole. Located half a mile off the A148 King’s Lynn to Fakenham road, roughly 13 miles east of King’s Lynn and 10 miles west of Fakenham, Houghton Hall is a fine example of Palladian architecture, with plush interiors by William Kent.
Located close to the town’s beach and amusements, the Hippodrome Circus is one of Great Yarmouth’s most popular attractions, drawing vast numbers of visitors each year. Built in 1903 by the legendary circus showman George Gilbert, this historic building has been home to a wide variety of entertainment including amazing water spectacles, stage shows, cinema and cine variety and was even used as a military practice shooting range in wartime. Lloyd George held political rallies at the Hippodrome, Max Miller joked, Houdini escaped, Little Tich clowned, Lillie Langtry sang and the world’s finest clowns, circus performers and entertainers have performed here.
Situated in the popular Norfolk seaside town of Great Yarmouth, this Sea Life Centre is located on Marine Parade, where tourists flock, attracted by the vast array of amusements, food outlets and other highlights. Discover a magical marine world at Sea Life Great Yarmouth and become acquainted with many beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep, from starfish and seahorses to sharks, giant sea turtles and penguins.
The tall trees and dense forest of Thetford Forest provide an ever-changing seasonal backdrop for this high rope adventure and during the summer months, the Rhododendrons are a beautiful sight. This stunning location has loads to offer, for both thrill seekers and those who just love being outdoors.
Situated in the heart of the Norfolk countryside and close to the north Norfolk coast, The Shell Museum in Glandford is a quaint and interesting place to visit. Housed in Norfolk’s oldest purpose-built museum, a delightful small building with Dutch gables, it contains one of the finest seashell collections in the UK.
This award-winning organic garden is open to the public all year round and is located in South Walsham in Norfolk, nine miles east of Norwich. Its 130 acres of cultivated, wild and natural plantings are a haven for wildlife and wildlife enthusiasts and is between Wroxham and Acle in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.
Located close to Lenwade, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is between Norwich and Fakenham, just off the main A1067 road, and is a very popular tourist attraction in Norfolk. This dinosaur themed adventure play park is set in 85 acres and is suitable for all the family, with a vast array of activities and home to over 110 dinosaurs.
Anglia Karting Centre is on land that was once part of the RAF North Pickenham Station and constructed for the United States Army Air Force in 1943. Located on the outskirts of Swaffham, in the heart of Norfolk, it has two outdoor racetracks which can also be combined to make a 1030-meter circuit. Catering for adults and junior racers aged 8 and above (minimum height of 4ft 4″), visitors are sure to have an adrenaline fuelled day of exciting racing.
Located in the heart of Norfolk, Breckland Leisure Centre & Waterworld in Thetford has a 25m swimming pool, fun pool with slide and a learner pool. There is a 55 station gym with state of the art equipment, offering pay as you go or membership options with exclusive benefits.
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