The Light at the End of the Tunnel
Breaking News.....Norfolk is open for visitors on the 4th July. Book your stay now as there will be a rush to explore all the wonderful places this county has to offer - Enjoy your visit but please Stay Alert and Stay Safe!!!
The risk of the coronavirus being passed on is still there so maintain social distancing and taking all the measures you can to keep this virus at bay. Please check with the places you intend to visit as to their plans to keep their visitors safe.
Please remember to take all evidence of your visits to the parks, gardens and beaches with you when you leave, this helps keep these lovely places beautiful for others.
The Boat Hire businesses, Cafes, Restaurants, Pubs etc will be reopened on the 4th July, but again please be vigilant and respectful of everyone and wear a mask where appropriate.
Here in the Norfolk we are keen to welcome visitors back to stay and have fun.
Browse through our Discover Norfolk Tourism Guide and you will find a county that packs into it all that is British, with a diverse mix of heritage, history, culture and outdoor activities the county boasts a wealth of locations ideal for relaxing retreats and inspiring weekend breaks and escapes. Whether soaking in the culture of Norfolk’s historic City, exploring the Norfolk coastline, angling, bird watching, fossil hunting, sailing and hiking in the Broads, or experiencing the emerald surrounds of the West and South Norfolk and Breckland countryside, you will discover there is never a dull moment when exploring the county christened not only 'Nelson's County but ‘God’s Own’ too.