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Whether you're interested in natural beauty and wildlife, history and culture, stunning architecture or unique sights, Norfolk has something exciting to offer everyone - even people who've lived here all their lives! Here are just a few of our very favourite places - and we'd love to know if we've missed anything!

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A stunning street with extraordinary tales to tell

With its wealth of magnificent historic buildings, Queen Street in King’s Lynn is a truly …

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A fine village church with a sea of rare treasures

With its wealth of history and wildlife and strong community feel, St Mary’s is the beating heart …

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Reaching great heights for even greater sights

With temperatures dropping as winter approaches, the highest points of Cromer Ridge in north …

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The very last traces of Appleton’s long history

Sitting unobtrusively on the outskirts of Sandringham, the ruins of St. Mary the Virgin are all …

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The many wonders of West Dereham’s church

With its imposing Norman round tower, its magnificent medieval architecture and its impressive …

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A new dawn rises over Oxburgh Hall

It’s taken five years and is one of the biggest projects ever undertaken by the National Trust, but …

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The ever changing face of Burnham Overy Staithe

It’s now one of the most beautiful and peaceful spots in north Norfolk, but 20,000 years ago the …

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A natural local wonder and a family tradition

Taking a trip around Blakeney Harbour to see the seals is a magical experience, but it’s even more …

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The very long story of Hunstanton’s cliffs

The White Cliffs of Dover are perhaps our country’s most famous cliffs, but Hunstanton’s are easily …

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Born in Norfolk and immortalised in history

Blickling Hall is one of the most popular stately homes in Norfolk, but it’s also one of its most …

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From knights to kings: the priory of West Acre

A solitary gatehouse and a few walls close to the church of All Saints at West Acre are the only …

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The perfect mix of the past and the present

Norfolk has some of the most beautiful and historic towns in the whole country, but few of them can …

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The mill that inspired a children’s classic

The tower windmill at Burnham Overy Staithe is one of the most iconic sights along the north …

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A perfect example of community spirit

Tucked away in the middle of west Norfolk you’ll find Great Massingham, a traditional country …

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The troubled history of Binham Priory...

Its atmospheric ruins are hugely impressive, but the remains of Binham Priory disguise a …

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Wells-next-the-sea harbour at Christmas

An iconic location and a rich maritime history

At one time the harbour of Wells-next-the-Sea was one of the most important ports in the country, …

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Royal connections and military heroes

Dedicated to the saints Peter and Paul, the beautiful church of West Newton sits on the royal …

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Part of a marble relief from Herculaneum, which was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD

Wisbech & Fenland Museum

From the very first, museums were intended as a way of bringing a weird and a wonderful world …

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Walsingham Abbey

Walsingham Abbey

It was one of Norfolk’s most important religious sites and was once one of the most popular …

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The restored church of St Mary at Houghton-on-the-Hill

St Mary's, Houghton-on-the-Hill

Today it’s one of the most important churches in East Anglia, attracting visitors and academics …

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Sandringham House exterior

Sandringham House

Today, Sandringham is one of the most famous royal residences in the world, and it’s hard to …

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Downham Town Clock Tower at night

Downham Market Clock Tower

Presented to the town by a local businessman, it’s been at the centre of social and civic life in …

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Brancaster beach aerial

Brancaster Beach

It’s been home to Romans and smugglers, endangered birds, a major maltings industry – and it could …

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Wells-next-the-sea beach huts


With its immediately recognisable and distinctive landmark of a massive red brick granary and …

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Trues Yard museum at night

True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum

This museum in King’s Lynn is dedicated to a disappeared community, virtually all that remains of …

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Inside the Shell Museum at Glandford

The Shell Museum at Glandford

Exquisite seashells, a collection of fossils and birds’ eggs, local archaeological finds and works …

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King's Lynn Minster

The Minster, King's Lynn

It’s been the defining feature of the skyline of King’s Lynn for almost a thousand years, and it’s …

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Guannock Gate

Walking through a gateway to the past

Today it’s an ornamental feature in one of the area’s most important public spaces, but there was a …

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The unique wonders of Oxborough’s church

Almost destroyed during a storm 170 years ago, the greatest treasures in the church of St John the …

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Sandringham Church Interior

St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham

The church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham is regularly attended by the royal family when they …

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Oxburgh Hall Exterior Night Time

Oxburgh Hall

It may have been built during the Wars of the Roses, protected by a moat and given some imposing …

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King's Lynn Town hall at night

King’s Lynn Town Hall

Perfect for all events from weddings to conferences and concerts, this range of buildings on the …

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Hourses on Holkham Beach

Holkham Beach

A seemingly infinite stretch of golden sands running down to the blue-green waters of the North …

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Castle Rising

Castle Rising

Castle Rising is home to one of the most famous 12th century castles in England - and is owned by …

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View of Blickling Hall

Blickling Hall

What more could you want from a Norfolk country estate? A beautiful house, a colourful history, a …

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