- Norwich tourist attractions
- North Norfolk tourist attractions
- East Norfolk tourist attractions
- South Norfolk tourist attractions
- West Norfolk tourist attractions
- Breckland tourist attractions
- Broadland tourist attractions
Visit the Norfolk Tourist Attractions Association web site to find out more information on many of the attractions listed.
Visit the official Norfolk tourism web site to find out more about Norfolk and Norwich tourist attractions.
There are 13 places listed for Breckland tourist attractions information
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Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. Visitors can descend 10m (30 feet) by ladder into one excavated shaft and experience at first hand the conditions of Stone Age man 5000 years ago. The unusual landscape of Grime’s Graves long confused ‘experts’ with its series of gentle hollows and depressions – find out what wacky theories were conceived as explanations!
22-mile return journey between Dereham and Wymondham on East Anglia’s longest preserved railway. At Dereham station you will find a small museum of railway artefacts, a souvenirs shop and buffet.
Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse takes you on a fascinating journey through 400 years of Norfolk history. With a huge variety of indoor displays, beautiful grounds, historic workhouse and a traditional farm you will find plenty to see and do.
White Hart Street
Set in a beautiful Tudor house with 21st century displays, this museum tells the remarkable story of Thetford and the Brecks. Discover rich collections alongside audio guides, films and animations.
Meet local people from Thetford’s past from the revolutionary philosopher Tom Paine to the Sikh hero Maharajah Duleep Singh and from rabbit warreners to railway workers. Plus new shop and garden.
Blackberry Farm Dillington
At Norfolk’s specialist herb nursery you can learn more about growing and using herbs. Visitors are encouraged to taste, touch and smell the many herbs within the peaceful countryside setting.
Bradenham Hall, with its fine garden and arboretum, sits near the top of one of Norfolk's highest points, providing visitors with a splendid view to the south over rolling farmland. Bradenham Hall has been featured in magazines including "Country Life" and "House and Garden" and on television in the programme "Gardens without Borders". The garden and arboretum extend to around 27 acres and surround a fine early red brick Georgian house, which is not open to the public, and which has many local historical connections. Visitors are welcome to the garden and arboretum on pre-designated dates throughout spring and summer months. Group visits can be arranged by appointment.
With 3 pools to choose from, flumes, rapids and waves there is something here that will appeal to all swimmers. There are sports halls, a state-of-art fitness centre and various classes including step, aerobics and yoga.
Breckland Balloons fly hot air balloons over the countryside of East Anglia, including Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. The hot air balloon flights from the Norwich area include panoramic views of the city, rolling countryside and the beautiful Norfolk Broads and Norfolk coastline. The balloon flights from west Norfolk include spectacular views of the west Norfolk coastline and the Breckland area, rich in forest and wildlife. The hot air balloon flights from Peterborough give close views of the city with its ancient Norman cathedral and spectacular views of the rolling countryside beyond. The main launch sites for balloon flights are situated in Wymondham, Peterborough and Great Cressingham, near Swaffham. Based in Norfolk, they are the longest established family run hot air balloon ride business in East Anglia, trading since 1991 and having flown over 15,000 passengers. They are fully vetted and certificated by the Civil Aviation Authority from Gatwick (licence no BL120).
Cooks of Swanton are a family business specialising in handmade chocolate, luxury confectionery and hampers. These luxury truffles, pralines and creams are handmade in Norfolk to a continental style using the finest ingredients and presented in unique handmade boxes perfect for every occasion.
Located 9 miles from Norwich on the A1067. Explore the Dinosaur Trail and Track – T-Rex, conquer the maze and enjoy the adventure play areas, secret animal garden and restaurant and much more.
The East England Military Museum is a registered charity, founded in January 2005. It specialises in preserving and restoring a wide range of military equipment and vehicles from all nations. They display exhibits dating from 1900 to the present day and include items such as soldier’s kit through to artillery and tanks.
Go Ape is a high wire aerial assault course with rope bridges, zip slides and Tarzan swings. The minimum age is 10 years and minimum height is 1.4m /4ft 7inch. All under 18’s must be supervised by a participating adult.
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Swaffham Museum is situated in the centre of the historic market town of Swaffham, in a Grade II listed building that is currently owned by Swaffham Town Council. This glorious building was built around 1775/1790 on the site of the Great Fire of Swaffham that took place in 1775. The museum focuses on the social history of the town and surrounding villages. The collections cover the many aspects of life including trade, industries and domestic life, from prehistoric times to the present. The museum boasts its own education service, to help teachers and students make the very best use of the museum.