The majestic spire of Norwich cathedral pierces the skyline of the city, take a stroll round the peaceful cloisters, don’t forget to look up in the Nave.
Norwich’s Norman castle has dominated the Norwich landscape for over 900 years, take a look at the exhibitions and galleries exploring the rich history of the castle from royal palace to prison.
Go Go Hares
GoGoHares is an art trail around Norwich of 50 hares and a second trail of 18 hares around Norfolk.
The GoGoCreate little hare trail of leverets will be a further 164 sculptures created by schools, organisations and groups around the county.
The Bridewell Museum Norwich
Take a look at Norwich through the ages, see how life has changed from medieval times right up to today.
The Norfolk Broads
Norfolk’s National park has over 100 miles of waterways to explore, hire a boat and take a trip, there are plenty of picturesque villages to explore and stop off at on the way
An award winning forest of wild family fun and adventure. Treehouse, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, boat trips, storytelling, marsh walks and really yummy food!
Norwich Open Top Bus
The Norwich open top bus tour takes you on a guided trip around the City of Norwich.
Blickling Hall and Estate
A stately home which is part of the Blickling estate. It is located in the village of Blickling north of Aylsham in Norfolk, England and has been in the care of the National Trust since 1940.
Rides for the whole family at pleasurewood hills. Whether you like fast thrilling rides or more relaxing ones.
The Zoo welcomed its first guests in 1968 and was opened by Martin Goymour who is the third generation of a well-respected Norfolk family.
On Valentine’s Day 14th February 2013, Banham Zoo, along with our sister park Africa Alive! near Lowestoft, Suffolk, became part of the Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA).
The ultimate beneficiaries of all that we do, with your support, are the animals in our care and wildlife conservation.