In this section you can find out more about places to visit in Norfolk, a county with so much to offer. The landscape is incredibly diverse with an amazing combination of cliffs, salt-marshes and sand dunes, miles of beaches, forests, rivers and waterways, all teeming with wildlife.
Norfolk’s countryside is peppered with picturesque towns and villages, historic churches, traditional flint fronted houses, thatched roofs, and fisherman’s cottages. There are several bustling market towns, many seaside resorts dotted around the coastline, and the Norfolk Broads, offering over 200km of navigatable waterways.
Norwich, Norfolk's capital city is the most complete medieval city in the United Kingdom. There is Norwich Cathedral and Norwich Castle which have dominated the skyline for over 900 years, and Strangers' Hall, another of Norwich's oldest buildings, dating back to 1320. Juxtaposed with all this history are some outstanding modern buildings such as The Forum, the landmark Millennium project for the East of England which houses the central library, among other businesses.
All of this combined wiith a great choice of things to do and place to visit, makes Norfolk a brilliant place to visit for all ages and interests.