Coastal area famous for wild birds. Extensive area of saltmarsh, intertidal mud and sandflats and site of the Roman fort of Branodunum and Scolt Head Island.
Nearest Things To Do Norfolk
Heading to Norfolk and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Norfolk coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Norfolk day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Norfolk activity.
Oxburgh Hall is a 15th-century moated manor house and Tudor gatehouse. The garden and estate at Oxburgh has woodland walks and trails.
Happisburgh lifeboat station established in 1866 with the current inshore boat being launched from Cart Gap. The old station can’t be used due to coastal erosion.
Benedictine priory ruins. The nave, with its splendid 13th-century west front and great bricked-up window, is now the parish church.
Norwich Castle is one of the city of Norwich’s most famous landmarks. It was originally built as a palace by the Normans over 900 years ago, but it is now Read more [...]
Castle Acre castle, founded soon after the Conquest by the first William de Warenne, initially as a stone ‘country house’. Then converted into a strong keep, further defended by stone Read more [...]
Gt.Yarmouth & Gorleston lifeboat station was established in 1802. RNLI shop and station open to visitors.
Castle Acre Priory, one of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England, the foundation of Castle Acre Priory in about 1090. Created after a visit by William de Read more [...]
Cow Tower is a late 14th-century defence tower that is situated next to the River Wensum in Norwich in Norfolk. The tower was constructed for military reasons and was one Read more [...]
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a museum and art gallery situated on University of East Anglia’s campus in Norwich, Norfolk. The grade II listed glass and steel structure Read more [...]
Before the erection of a lighthouse at Cromer lights for the guidance of vessels were shown from the tower of the parish church, these were small, but served a useful Read more [...]