Top Choice Wildlife Reserve in Holkham

Holkham National Nature Reserve

Beach, dunes, salt marsh, grazing marsh, pinewoods and scrub – a high number of habitats pack into 37-sq-km Holkham Reserve. It's easily accessed from the car park at Lady Anne’s Dr in Holkham village. From there, r…
Nature Reserve in Cley-next-the-Sea

Cley Marshes

One of England's premier birdwatching sites, Cley Marshes has more than 300 resident bird species, plentiful migrants and a network of walking trails and bird hides amid its golden reeds.Even if you're not into bird…
Museum in North Coast Norfolk

Museum of the Broads

Learn about the traditional Broads' boats (called wherries), the marshmen who gathered reeds and sedge for thatching, and local history and lifestyles at this modest museum. Displays cover everything from early sett…
Nature Reserve in Burnham Deepdale

Titchwell Marsh

The marshland, sandbars and lagoons of Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve attract vast numbers of birds. In the spring, listen out for the booming call of the bittern; summer brings marsh harriers, avocets, terns and ne…
Museum in Cromer

Henry Blogg Museum

Tap out a message in Morse and spell your name in semaphore flags – hands-on gizmos add to the appeal of this excellent museum, as do the well-told tales of brave sea rescues and the WWII lifeboat sitting proudly in…
Beach in Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells Beach

Fringed by dense pine forests and undulating dunes, Wells' sandy shore stretches for miles to the west, with brightly coloured beach huts clustering beside the water and wooden steps leading up into the woods. It's …
Heritage Railway in North Coast Norfolk

Bure Valley Steam Railway

This narrow-gauge steam train runs between Aylsham and Wroxham and is an ideal way to see some hidden parts of the Broads. Trains operate different monthly schedules so check the website for the latest. For an even …
Museum in North Coast Norfolk

Toad Hole Cottage

This tiny cottage was home to an eel-catcher and his family and is restored in period style, showing how they lived and the tools they used to work the surrounding marshes. Nearby is a beautiful thatched Edwardian m…
Heritage Railway in Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells & Walsingham Railway

The longest 10.25in narrow-gauge railway in the world puffs for 5 picturesque miles from Wells to the village of Little Walsingham, the site of religious shrines and the ruined but still impressive Walsingham Abbey.
Historic Building in Cromer

Felbrigg Hall

An elegant Jacobean mansion boasting a fine Georgian interior, a splendid facade, an orangery and gorgeous walled gardens. It’s 2 miles southwest of Cromer, off the B1436.