In Norwich there really is something for everyone. Entertain the little ones this year with amazing family days out and experiences perfect for all ages.
There’s plenty to do in Norwich this October Half-Term, from fantastic art exhibitions to science festival fun.
Looking for autumn activities in the city? How about some spooky Halloween events happening in Norwich & Norfolk? Whether you want to experience something truly…
On Dereham Road, Bowling House is a cocktail bar, karaoke venue and restaurant that just happens to be a ten pin bowling alley.
Planning a holiday and want to find somewhere where you can enjoy the coast, navigable waterways and countryside, and the wide range of activities and…
There are plenty of dog friendly venues for you and the pup to enjoy in Norwich, from restaurants and bars, to country parks and even…
With the school holidays kicking in, there’s never been a better time to schedule in a bit of family fun! So, here are our top…
Inspirational public art museum in a world-class Norman Foster building at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Norwich and Norfolk is home to a host of incredible train and railway experiences just waiting to be discovered! Check out our round-up.
Have you ever fancied being a detective, hunting for a notorious killer? Or maybe saving a treasured masterpiece from a devious criminal mastermind?! Well, now is the time to gather your team!
There’s plenty of dino-fun to be had at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure in Norfolk this summer. So if you’re looking for a day trip to keep…
Forget computer games and smartphone puzzles, if you want a real time brain teaser, head to the live escape room in Norwich.
Luckily, Norwich is a city with an abundance of indoor activities to enjoy. So look no further for fun wet weather activities to do!
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Stretch your legs and breath in all that fresh air! We’re a city best explored on foot, with amazing outdoor spaces, waterside walks, winding cobbled streets and more.
A 3 acre Grade II English Heritage registered garden. Over 140 years old. A haven of tranquillity and a glimpse into a bygone age.
Whitlingham Country Park sits on the outskirts of Norwich and is the gateway to the Broads, with over 280 acres of beautiful countryside.
Large area of woodland and heathland consisting of walking trails and a pitch-and-putt golf course.
Castle Gardens is a hidden park in the centre of Norwich. Above Castle Quarter, this little oasis has amazing views of the city skyline, and the castle!
Chapelfield gardens is not only a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, thanks to its fabulous bandstand, events and concerts are held here.
Eaton Park consists of 80 acres, including a large children’s play area, a cafe, a crazy golf course, tennis courts, basketball court and skate park.
Following two disused railway lines between Norwich and the historic market town of Aylsham, Marriott’s way is a popular route for walkers and cyclists.
Named after the legendary warrior and Queen of the Iceni whose tribes once inhabited the area, the Boudicca Way runs for approximately 36 miles.
The city is only part of the story. Head out to the Norfolk countryside for hours of family fun and exploration.
Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge heritage railway runs through 9 miles of beautiful countryside between Aylsham and Wroxham.
Pensthorpe Natural Park is a modern day nature reserve with a focus on inspiring the next generation to enjoy wildlife and the great outdoors.
This 85-acre park offers true family fun adventure of a Jurassic nature, including animatronic dinosaurs in natural settings and a range of activities.
130 acres of beautiful ancient woodland, water gardens and a private broad at South Walsham in the Norfolk Broads
Discover a land of Boggles, Twiggles and all their beautifully unusual friends.
Holkham is a special place where a stunning coastal landscape meets one of England’s great agricultural estates.
Amazona Zoo is home to over 200 animals from tropical South America including jaguars, parrots, moneys, snakes, flamingos, guinea pigs and tapirs.
Explore the sights and sounds of Africa discovering lions, giraffes, meerkats, hunting dogs and many more animals from the African continent.
Built in the 1720’s for Great Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole, Houghton Hall remains one of England’s finest Palladian houses.
At home in the landscaped grounds of Thrigby Hall is a special collection of rare animals from Asia.
With Norfolk Broads Direct, explore the Broads on a luxury holiday cruiser, or stay in a delightful waterside holiday property in beautiful Wroxham.
Come and discover a city teeming with culture and history. Museums, walking tours, historic escape rooms, and some of the country’s most iconic landmarks.
Norwich’s magnificent Romanesque Cathedral is open to visitors of all faiths and none. In beautiful grounds it’s an awe-inspiring, welcoming building.
One of the city’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago.
In rooms steeped in history, you can save the day by solving a series of fun,challenging, physical and mental puzzles in a race against time.
The Catholic Cathedral with it’s beautiful stained glass and stonework is one of the finest examples of great Victorian Gothic Revival Architecture.
the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell tells the story of the city’s industries and the people who lived and worked here.
Explore one of the oldest, most fascinating buildings in Norwich. See the Tudor Great Hall, the Georgian dining room and the stone-vaulted under croft.
Paul Dickson Tours offers year-round guided walking tours in Norwich and the Broads National Park, featuring private tours for groups of 2 to 20, along with a series of bookable public tours.
Wroxham Miniature Worlds is the largest indoor modelling attraction in the UK, our massive model railways with will fascinate all ages.
An amazing celebration of culture, with furniture, art, textiles and objects from India, Pakistan, Indonesia and more places besides.
Norwich. A city renowned for its thriving arts, culture, and music scene. Come and enjoy some of the country’s most celebrated festivals, as well as some of the fastest growing events in England.
Love Light Norwich is a bright new festival in the City of Stories. Enjoy three days of performance, music, and free outdoor exhibitions.
From the code that made it happen to the latest releases, delve deep into the world of gaming, and meet the people behind the pixels.
Learn more about the science that shapes our world with our talks, debates and workshops, on a range of topics from artificial intelligence to ageing.
Get underneath the surface of Norwich’s history. over 10 days, historic buildings closed to the public open their doors, revealing hidden histories.
Over 17 packed days, the Festival presents more than 100 performances featuring a superb line-up of companies and ensembles from all over the world.
This is one of the most colourful weekends in the calendar. Carnival spirit sweeps the streets with free music, performance, entertainment and a parade.
Sundown is an annual family friendly music festival attracting such names as Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson and Anne-Marie.
Culinary adventures can be tricky with kids. Luckily, Norwich is stuffed full of fun, unique places to eat.
Pop into Bill’s, whether you’re joining us for breakfast, brunch, dinner or just a coffee and cake, we have you covered.
A buzzing coffee house/restaurant, serving freshly made sweet and savoury Belgian waffles, using many organic and free-range ingredients, according to availability.
Saporita is a new small family business in Norwich, a place where people can enjoy easy and tasty Italian street food and Pizza. Tuck into a dino kids menu and enjoy a delicious margherita, chips, ice cream and juices.
The Grosvenor Fish Bar is a long established traditional fish and chip shop, with a twist. A Norwich institution offering an array of food. Grosvesnor is taking part in our Dino City Food trail with their Dip’n chips
Situated in the heart of Norwich on Gentleman’s Walk, Norwich Market is open Monday to Saturday.
The Norwich Lanes is a haven of independent eateries, coffee houses and bars set in a myriad of small alleys and pedestrianised streets.
Handmade Italian gelato, using only the best natural ingredients. Cafe Gelato will transport you back to Italy with its unique flavours like a richer ice cream.
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