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The Best Free Things to Do in Norfolk

September 6, 2021 11:38 am

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The Covid-19 pandemic has made travelling to other countries relentlessly difficult causing many of us to travel within the country instead. It may mean that you miss the sun, but it can be a great opportunity to discover all the hidden gems the UK has to offer and help us appreciate what we have on our doorstep. If you have a tight budget, travelling to somewhere nearby is better than travelling abroad anyway, so if you live in East Anglia, or more specifically, Norfolk, read on to find out the best free things to do in Norfolk.

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  1. Explore the Local things to do in Cromer. Cromer is a traditional seaside town with a beautiful coast, and a pier. There are lots of Things to do in Cromer. As well as having a lovely, sandy beach, there is a free museum called the Cromer Lifeboat Station which is fun for all ages. For a cheap and fun day out, this is a great option.
  2. Visit Norwich Cathedral. Norwich cathedral is an amazing architectural building filled with so much history. If you are looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is the perfect, calming place to visit.
  3. If you and your family enjoy watching Dad’s Army, take a trip to the Dad’s Army Museum for a nostalgic visit. With a number of enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers, you are guaranteed to learn all about Dad’s Army, and want to watch it as soon as you get home!

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  1. For a relaxing day out, take a trip to Norfolk Lavender Farm. It is beautiful and historic with an extensive gift shop and garden centre for those who enjoy gardening. If you get hungry, there is a large farm shop, deli and butchers, and for the kids (and animal lovers), there’s an animal garden. The parking is free!
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