North Norfolk Stories & inspiration

With so much to discover in north Norfolk, read our stories and watch our films to help inspire your visit. Explore the hidden gems of north Norfolk and the best places to visit. Whether it's a weekend away or a family holiday, read our hints and tips to make your visit one to remember, from where to find family beaches, the best walking routes, where to go crabbing and when to come for festivals and carnivals - and much more.

Haunted North Norfolk

16 September 2019

At only 384 square miles, and scores of recorded ghostly sightings, is north Norfolk is one of the most haunted places in the UK?

To celebrate north Norfolk's incredible dark skies, the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is running a Dark Skies Festival between 6 – 22 September 2019.

September is a lovely time to visit north Norfolk. The sea is warm, there’s lots of wildlife to spot, everything is still open and it's less crowded. Here’s a list of our favourite things to do in September in north Norfolk.

Get close to nature this summer with Nature's Wild Tribe at Pensthorpe. Go on a barefoot trail, build a den and get messy in a mud kitchen!

This Summer 2019, there’s plenty of attractions in north Norfolk to keep the whole family entertained, whatever the weather! See our round up below of what’s on at attractions over the summer holidays.

Crabbing in north Norfolk is great fun. Find out where and how to catch little nippers and look after them until you release them back to the sea.

There's plenty of free family fun to be enjoyed in north Norfolk during the summer holidays. Here are our top five free things to do.

The north Norfolk coast and countryside is stunning in the summer. Here's our top five summer walks taking in spectacular views.

North Norfolk has 45 miles of unspoiled coastline with Blue Flag and award-winning beaches - natural choice for a holiday. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

St Benet's Abbey is celebrating its 1,000th anniversary in June 2019 with a series of summer events.

North Norfolk is the perfect place to visit for a holiday in the summer. With fantastic beaches, events and things to see and do, here’s our top ten reasons to visit North Norfolk in the summer.

Visitors to Houghton Hall this summer will be treated to two fabulous exhibitions. For the first time, Henry Moore’s works will be on show, along with the FESTIVAL exhibition by Norfolk by Design.

Explore the culture and arts of North Norfolk and discover concerts, exhibitions, galleries, stately homes and festivals. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

The Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios' event means 430 artists will be throwing open their doors to the public across 250 venues in 2019.

With 45 miles of coastline, beautiful beaches, The Broads National Park and stunning countryside, north Norfolk is the perfect place if you're looking to make the most of the outdoors. Find out more about outdoor activities to enjoy in north Norfolk.

Whatever your interests, whatever the weather, you can enjoy a fantastic fun-filled day out for the whole family with a great range of attractions in north Norfolk. Find out more and download discount vouchers.

As the weather warms up and there's signs of new life in the countryside with flowers and birdsong, we know Spring is on its way. This is a great time to visit north Norfolk. Here's our top things to do in Spring.

The North Norfolk coastline is home to several ‘secret’ beaches where you can find quiet spots all year round. See our top six hidden gems.

North Norfolk has a wide range of arts and cultural venues offering activities to suit all ages and interests. See our top venues.

We are lucky that Norfolk is the sunniest and driest county in the country, but of course rain doesn’t need to stop play in north Norfolk! There’s plenty to do indoors, and here’s some of our favourite things to do if it rains.

With its diverse coast and countryside, places to eat and things to do, North Norfolk provides the ideal backdrop for unique things to do this Valentine’s.

North Norfolk is the natural choice for a holiday, with its beaches, countryside, towns & villages, wildlife, food & drink, attractions, stately homes and museums and events all year round. See our month by month round up and pick the best time to visit.

Nip to North Norfolk in Winter and enjoy the quiet beaches and countryside, at a time when wildlife is at its finest and it’s a great time to go exploring.

Exploring the coastal and rural traditional market towns in north Norfolk is a true delight. Full of natural charm, each village and town offers something different. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

Autumn is a great time to explore north Norfolk, with beautiful scenery, wonderful wildlife, seasonal food and events.

There is plenty to see and do all year round in north Norfolk. If you’re planning a visit, we’ve listed the top fifteen must-see sights that makes north Norfolk truly unique.

Norfolk is the combined sunniest/driest county in the country so summer is a wonderful time to Nip to North Norfolk. The warmer weather, lighter days and fantastic scenery is perfect for enjoying activities.

Easter 2017 is a great time to visit north Norfolk. With the warmer weather, lighter days, stunning countryside and beautiful beaches, it’s a lovely time to head to the outdoors.