At the heart of the county of Norfolk & the Diocese of Norwich. Gilbert and Sullivan Festivals. Science Museum, London. Science Museum, London. Celebrate Christmas at Bletchley Park. Christmas Grotto Give your children a magical treat this Christmas; the chance to meet their hero, Father Christmas himself.
Festive Afternoon Tea Add a touch of luxury to your visit to Bletchley Park with a festive afternoon tea complete with turkey sandwiches and cinnamon scones! Christmas opening hours Bletchley park is open to visitors daily over the festive period except for 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January. Gift Membership Why not give a Bletchley Park gift membership to a friend or loved one for Christmas this year? Gift tickets to Bletchley Park. Framlimgham castle. cAstle risig. Sheringham - Splash Leisure & Fitness Centre - Places for People Leisure. Text size controls This web site has been built so that the text size can be increased or decreased through standard browser settings.
Below is guidance on how to do this in a selection of popular browsers. Firefox Using the menu: Click 'View' Click 'Zoom' Choose 'Zoom in' or 'Zoom out' Sutton Hoo. Visit Woodbridge - Your Complete Guide To Woodbridge Suffolk. Norfolk Museums Service - Norwich Castle. One of Norwich’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago.
Explore the Castle's history as a palace and later as a prison, and enjoy our fabulous collections of fine art, archaeology, and natural history as well as the Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum collections. For more information, please contact our friendly museum staff on 01603 493625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Norwich Castle Highlights See below for news on displays, major exhibitions, and current highlights. Winter and Spring What’s On brochure – Out Now! The much anticipated What’s On leaflet for Norwich Museums is out now! To keep abreast of events at all the museums, sign up to our regular e-bulletins here. #DeadlyDragons competition time!
If you’re visiting ‘A Viking’s Guide to Deadly Dragons’ don’t miss our Twitter competition with signed books and an original illustration by Cressida Cowell up for grabs! New Edith Cavell Display Get more info on all our events here. Pensthorpe Natural Park - Parkland / Woodland Garden in Fakenham, Fakenham - Visit North Norfolk. Love nature...love Pensthorpe!
Pensthorpe Natural Park is a great place to get children involved in wildlife and the great outdoors. Not only is there a huge variety of birds and wildlife to spot, but families can choose from a range of activities to engage everyone whatever their age. Feed the birds at one of our specialist locations, get stuck in with our wildlife tracker trail or try your hand at pond dipping. Come along and meet some of our rare and native species such as Cranes, Corncrakes and Red Squirrels or hop aboard our landrover and explore with the Wensum Discover Tour. From… read more From the structural beauty of the Millennium Garden, to the lush foliage in the Wave Garden; the habitat-specific Wildlife Habitat Garden and the more subtle, traditionally-managed flood plain of the Wildflower Meadow, Pensthorpe is able to provide year round colour and interest. Run WILD!
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Both are now in ruins, but they offer a fantastic glimpse into the past and are one of the best examples of a Norman settlement in the country. Visitors to Castle Acre are entranced by the special atmosphere of this medieval walled town, which lies within the outer bailey of an 11th century castle. Castle Acre takes its name from the castle built in the 12th Century by the Normans. Although now only its walls and ramparts remain, it attracts visitors all year round and offers splendid views of the surrounding Norfolk countryside. An ancient gateway arch, called the Bailey Gate, was the north gateway to the medieval town. Sheringham. Audley End. Winterton Dunes Beach Cafe, Winterton-on-Sea - 154 Reviews - TripAdvisor - Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos. Hollywood Bowl The largest ten pin bowling operator in the UK.
Audley End House and Gardens. Blickling Estate. Wells Next The Sea Beach (Wells-next-the-Sea, England): Address, Attraction Reviews - TripAdvisor. Thetford Forest. Thetford Forest is the UK's largest man made lowland forest with 18,730 hectares to explore.
It's patchwork of pines, heathland and broadleaves provide the ideal setting for a great day out, and a welcome refuge for a rich variety of animal and plant life. The forest covers a huge area with many different places to visit offering a range attractions from the exciting outdoor play facilities at High Lodge, the history and heritage of Mildenhall Warren and Lynford Arboretum and the peace and tranquility of the walks around St Helen's. Select Places to Visit in Thetford Forest from the side menu to find out more. Discover your forests & find out more Find out about Forestry Commission sites, events and the work we do by signing up to our mailing list. Go Ape. Last updated: 29th February 2016 Be a forest hero What's Here? Cycling Easy Access Educational Forest drive Horse riding Parking Picnic Play area Walking Wildlife Arboreta Collection of Tree at Lynford Arboretum Arts Barbeque Cafe Camping Fire Map.
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