There is a wealth of things to do in Norfolk this Easter that the whole family will love. Here are some of the best places to see in Norfolk.


 

Easter Events in Norfolk

Please Note:

Given the current climate, many Easter events may not being going ahead.

Please check with the organisers of each event for up to date information.

Starts

02

Apr

Expires

19

Apr

Easter Eggsplorers at Pensthorpe Natural Park

April is an ideal time to visit Pensthorpe, during the Easter school holidays, where your little eggsplorers and adventurers can follow an eggciting wildlife-inspired treasure hunt around the...

Pensthorpe Rd, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0LN

Starts

10

Apr

Expires

10

Apr

Easter Treasure Hunt at Hoveton Hall Estate

Come and enjoy our Easter trail around our lovely gardens, follow the clues around the garden and answer the puzzle at the end to receive an Easter Egg prize, plus a mini Easter Egg hunt around...

Adult: £7.50 Children: £4.00

Hoveton Hall, Hoveton, Hoveton Hall Estate, Norwich, NR12 8RJ

Starts

10

Apr

Expires

13

Apr

Broads Tours Easter Special Boat Trips

Easter is a magical time of year on the Broads, and it’s even more special here at Broads Tours! So why not join us on board one of our large passenger trip boats for a special trip, where...

The Bridge, Wroxham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 8RX


 

Easter Things to Do in Norfolk

Cromer

Norfolk has over 90 miles of stunning coastline, and there are plenty of great spots to head to. One of these is Cromer, a small town on the north coast of Norfolk that has all the nostalgic pleasures of a traditional seaside holiday. It’s packed with fun for all ages, from crabbing and rockpooling, to exploring the quaint streets of the town. Take a walk along Cromer Pier, opened in 1901. The pier is home to the Pavilion Theatre, and there are shows all year round. While you’re here, make sure to taste the famous Cromer crab, caught fresh off the Norfolk coast.

 

North Norfolk Railway

Also known as the Poppy Line, the North Norfolk Railway is one of the UK’s most scenic heritage railways. Take in the views of the north Norfolk coast and countryside, starting at Sheringham and ending at the Railway Museum in Holt. The 10.5 mile trip is hauled by a steam engine or heritage diesel locomotive. The North Norfolk Railway has a selection of dining trains, from the Cream Tea Train to the Fish and Chip Trains, all of which need booking in advance.

 

Norwich Cathedral and Cathedral Quarter

Built in the 11th century, the Norwich Cathedral overlooks the whole city and can be seen from miles away. You can take a guided tour of the cathedral, a great way to learn more about the history of the building. After your visit, head to the Cathedral Quarter, the area surrounding the cathedral. This part of the city is undeniably picturesque, with old multicoloured buildings and cobbled streets. It’s full of independent shops, cafes and galleries, and is the perfect day out.

 

Merrivale Model Village

One of Norfolk’s favourite family attractions, the Merrivale Model Village is built on over an acre of landscaped gardens. Featuring streams, waterfalls and a Koi pond, the model village has some unique miniatures on display such as The Crown Jewels, Castles, Blimps, Churches and Stadiums. If trains are your passion, then the miniature railway track offers the chance to spot over 28 different types of trains and locomotives. Other attractions in the model village include the Old Penny Arcade, where you can try your luck at one of the vintage slot machines, and Crazy Golf, a 9-hole hole golf course on site.

 

The Broads National Park

The Broads are actually a man-made network of navigable lakes and rivers, dotted with charming towns and villages. The best way to navigate around the Broads is by boat, either by hiring one or taking a boat tour. The waterways are also a great place for kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddling. With over 125 miles of lock free waterways, this is a fun way to explore and come face to face with wildlife such as herons, deers and otters. However, if boats aren’t for you then you can also explore by bike, as the gentle landscape makes it suitable for all ages and abilities.

 


In & Around Norfolk

Banham Zoo

Banham Zoo, Kenninghall Road, Banham, Norfolk, NR16 2HE

BeWILDerwood

BeWILDerwood, Horning Road, Hoveton, Norfolk, NR12 8JW

Explore 4×4

Elveden Courtyard, Elveden, Thetford, Norfolk, IP24 3TQ

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

Filby Road, Thrigby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 3DR

Holkham Hall & Estate

Holkham Hall, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 IAB

SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth

SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3AH

The English Whisky Co.

St George's Distillery, Harling Road, Roudham, Norfolk, NR16 2QW

Cromer Pier & Pavillion Theatre

The Promenade, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HE

Bressingham Steam Museum

Bressingham Steam Museum, Low Road, Bressingham, Norfolk, IP22 2AA