Experience the Hunstanton Sea Life Centre before visiting the Royal Sandringham estate and stately Houghton Hall. Travel south through the medieval market town and seaport of King’s Lynn and head towards the Elveden Estate and Thetford Forest park.
The red striped cliffs provide a backdrop to the Victorian resort of Hunstanton where you can visit the Sea Life Centre, enjoy seaside family activities and entertainment or take a relaxing self-guided tour through the impressive resort gardens.
The village of Sandringham is home to the Sandringham House and Estate. Explore the country house rooms decorated with memorabilia and collections with the help of the guides, wander the impressive gardens and take in the St. Mary Magdalene church.
Enjoy the history of Kings Lynn as you explore the narrow cobbled streets and historic harbour area. A wide variety of historic buildings includes the Old Customs House, merchants houses, St. Margaret’s church and spectacular Tuesday market square.
Oxburgh Hall is a 15th century moated manor house set in 70 acres where you can enjoy gardens, streams and woodland walks. Inside you will find 500 years of history and amazing architecture. The chapel is well worth a visit with its stunning alter piece.
The small market town of Brandon set in the Suffolk countryside is an ideal base to explore the surrounding area – visit the heritage centre or pop to Grimes Caves a Neolithic flint mine set in the Breckland landscape and home to 400 pits where you can go underground.
Explore historic Thetford, home to the Dad’s Army tv series, and the surrounding area including Boudica’s Gallows Hill. Thetford Forest offers the chance for walking, mountain biking, cani-x, archery, geocaching and more. The Elveden Estate is great for a bit of retail therapy and something to eat and drink.
Get up close with the animals and spend a family day out at Banham Zoo, set in 50 acres where you find over 2000 animals and can watch the displays and feeding events. You can also camp next door and wake up the sounds of the animals!