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Parques y naturaleza en Norfolk

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Sitio histórico
“Good place to visit both inside and out. Bicycles can be hired to ride around the park.”
  • Recomendado por 56 habitantes locales
Museum
“Half an hour's drive from Walsingham lies the Sandringham Estate, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. A private home for four generations of British monarchs since 1862.”
  • Recomendado por 37 habitantes locales
Café
“Pensthorpe Rd, Fakenham NR21 0LN Pensthorpe Natural Park aims to inspire every generation by offering something for the whole family - from young children through to grandparents and everything in between. Pensthorpe offers a variety of activities and experiences that bring you closer to nature and allows you to explore the 700 acre reserve as a family. There are fascinating conservation projects you can discover including red squirrels, corncrakes, cranes and turtle doves; 5 stunning gardens, some of which are designed by renowned landscape designers and are home to a secret sculpture trail and; unique to Pensthorpe, 4 varied habitats including wetlands, woodlands, grasslands and farmland which each attract their own intriguing species. After exploring the further reaches of the reserve families can enjoy the award winning outdoor and indoor adventure play areas, WildRootz and Hootz House. There is enough here to keep everyone active and on a journey of discovery together for a whole day.”
  • Recomendado por 45 habitantes locales
Parque
“Blickling Hall & Estate is National Trust owned and is located 10 miles from Cromer. The hall is an impressive red brick Jacobean mansion surrounded by 55 acres of formal gardens, over 4,600 acres of woodland, parkland and farmland to explore. A great place to visit for a piece of history, leisurely walk or bike ride through the parkland. If you fancy a more relaxed day out a visit to the tea rooms and garden centre is a nice way to spend a few relaxing hours. For those of you who like to read the second hand bookshop holds over 30,000 titles and is the largest in the National Trust.”
  • Recomendado por 49 habitantes locales
Jardín
“Felbrigg Hall is one of the region’s most elegant and ornate buildings, offering up medieval stained glass windows, opulent Italianate décors, a sumptuous Gothic library with over 5,000 books, intricate 17th-century plaster work, and much, much more. Felbrigg’s Walled Garden is home to intoxicating colourful herb beds that give off wonderfully intoxicating aromas as you walk the picturesque, hedge-bordered paths. Alternatively, why not pay a visit to the cool shade of the Orangery or gaze at the unusual, exotic plants that grow in the grounds? Entering the rest of the hall’s 520 acre estate, visitors can walk beside the ancient beeches and oaks of the Great Wood (a designated Site of Scientific Interest), uncover the folly ruins of the Ice House, or lounge by the tranquil waters of Felbrigg Lake. Felbrigg’s tea room has an excellent reputation for homemade soup and scones, so a pit stop here to refuel is highly recommended! Top tip: Don’t miss the chance to visit the dovecote in the Walled Garden. Built in the late 18th century, it is one of the UK’s very best surviving examples of a large-scale dovecote, with holes for nearly 1000 birds to nest in. The structure was restored in the early 20th century and is still home to eye-catching doves today.”
  • Recomendado por 33 habitantes locales
Parque
“When in Norfolk you must go to the Broads. Lots of places to eat and drink. Great walks! Why not hire a boat for a few hours or the day and lazily travel along the Broads. Perfect way to spend a summers day”
  • Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales
Sendero
“Great walks through country park with 2 look out tower's with views of the Poppy Line steam railway and the coast line ”
  • Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
Parque
“Lovely Beach in both directions from pay car park - good for dog walking even in poorer weather tas you can walk under fir trees all the way along to Wells. Have a llok at the tide times as can be miles out to the sea when low tide.”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes locales

Parques infantiles

Playground
“Bewilderwood is an ideal day out for those big kids! Set in woodland north of Norwich, about 45 minutes drive away, this outdoor playground boasts sheer slides, tree assault courses, zip wires and lots more. It is aimed at kids but I thoroughly enjoy going! ”
  • Recomendado por 9 habitantes locales
Playground
“This warmly welcoming site offers a seasonal 12 acre Maize Maze plus play features and a large play area for all ages and is open from July through September every year. Take the whole family down to tackle the Wizard Maze and they have fantastic, experienced staff that can drop hints if you feel they're a bit too lost! Once you pay admission all of the play features are free, with the exclusion of the coin operated Quad Bikes. The free play features include: a large Jumping Pillow plus toddler version; large and small Pedal Carts and Pedal Tractors; a straw bale mountain; climbing frame and slide; basket swing; springy ride on animals; a Cubs' Corner play area; wet sponge stocks and even c”
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Playground
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Parque
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Playground
“2-3 hours either side of low tide, you can fall out of the car (free car parking!) and paddle straight across the creek for great sand and safe paddling/swimming. No long walk required! For older children: the walk out on the sea wall is great, 1 1/2 miles to a fantastic beach and huge dunes. Or at high tide, get the ferry to the Island from the jetty (high season and weekends only) in front of the Chandlery and walk back at low tide. Or vice versa. ”
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Playas

Beach
“BEACH - 'Soft, yellow sand, backed by grassy dunes, on Norfolk’s less-visited north-east coast. Waxham merges with the neighbouring beach of Sea Palling to the north, making this stretch a good choice for long seaside walks. Expect peace and space, plus the chance to see grey seals lolling lazily at the water’s edge. Behind the beach is a small village with a restored, 16th-century barn housing a café that serves teas and light lunches. Parking is on the roadside.' ~ The Telegraph”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Beach
“Come rain or shine, enjoy the view, feel the sea breeze, and treat yourself to a sweet waffle and a tasty hot brew.”
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Beach
“Miles of beautiful wild sandy beach. Dog-friendly. Please note there are no facilities (toilets and cafe) on this beach. ”
  • Recomendado por 15 habitantes locales
Beach
“Lovely bay with a backdrop of pine woods. The location for the closing shot in the film Shakespeare in Love. Naturist beach to the west of Holkham Bay.”
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Senderos

Sendero
“Great walks through country park with 2 look out tower's with views of the Poppy Line steam railway and the coast line ”
  • Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
Sendero
“An​ excellent day out in the forest. Lots of fab bike trails, walks, climbing frames, musical instructions and Go Ape Zip Wire all set within the forest.”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes locales
Sendero
“Green Flag Award winning country park. A great place to bring the whole family, or just to escape into a peaceful woodland world. Holt Country Park is situated approximately one mile south of Holt on the eastern side of the B1149 Holt to Norwich Road. The park offers a children’s play area, waymarked walks, a visitor centre (seasonal), a viewing tower and several sculptures for you to enjoy. The park is open all year around and is used by a variety of visitors, from families to wildlife enthusiasts and dog walkers to school groups.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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