Top 10 Family Activities

There's a huge variety of family fun for all the family in Norwich this February half term! 

  1. This is a perfect time for all the family to learn about of the traditions and stories of Valentine’s Day. Gressenhall Farm and Workshop have their Mr Valentine’s Quest which is a great opportunity to learn more about this tradition and the mysterious character of Jack Valentine!
  2. Every February, the gardens of Raveningham Hall open just for the snowdrop season! And with over 10 acres in Raveningham's grounds, seeing it covered in beautiful snowdrops is truly a sight to behold!
  3. Let loose! Go crazy with Eaton Park Crazy Golf. Open from 10am to dusk, there are special deals for groups and a second round on the same day is half the price! So invite the family, the friends and the kids for a golfing session with a crazy twist!
  4. Signs of Spring Week - It’s almost Spring, a beautiful time of year when we say goodbye to winter and welcome a new cycle of nature! Celebrate the wonders of Spring with Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden by looking out for signs in their garden.
  5. Parks, parks and parks! We are so fortunate in Norwich to have so many green spaces and a must-do on the list is a visit to Eaton Park – a truly beautiful heritage park complete with stunning planting, architecture and a large model boats boating lake. Get your coats on and wrap up warm  – whatever the weather, there is also a rather lovely café too! It's a definite winner.
  6. It's cookie decorating time! Let the kids test their creative skills and decorate cookies to their heart's content with the help of Chef Nigel Raffles! Book a table at the Library Restaurant & Bar while you’re at it and enjoy some fantastic food after a busy day of baking!
  7. An abundant amount of fun is to be had at Norwich Castle. Discover Saxon gold, chariot rides, dungeon tours, the world’s largest collection of tea pots, and works of wonderful art – there’s something for everyone. Not to mention the Castle itself being a rather stunning architectural structure. Head to Castle Mall’s food court afterwards for a spot of lunch to replenish your energy, ready for more Norwich adventures!
  8. The Museum of Norwich at The Bridewell is a great and interactive way for the kids and the whole family to learn more about Norwich, whether you're a local 'Norwichian' or a visitor.
  9. Escape to the market towns of Norfolk - Wymondham, Diss, Harleston and Loddon are all great for a day to enjoy independent shops, tea rooms, walks and pub lunches.
  10. Explore the Broads National Park by joining Broads Tours for a boat trip this February. Oh, and have we mentioned children go free - not a bad, eh?

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