Places to Visit in Norfolk

Feel immersed in the city’s history as you explore Norwich Castle, one of its most famous landmarks that was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace around 900 years ago. Now a museum and art gallery, be intrigued by the countless treasures stored here. It is home to some of the most outstanding collections of fine art, archaeology and natural history. King’s Lynn, another place brimming with history, was one of England’s most important ports from as early as the 12th century. Follow the Maritime Trail and feel inspired as you learn of the town’s maritime trade, its fishing communities and its famous navigators. Stroll down cobbled lanes to take in the stunning view over the harbour or stop by one of the city’s magnificent marketplaces to browse endless stalls and stands.

Head to Great Yarmouth for the perfect motorhome holiday destination. Walk along the sandy stretches of the Golden Mile and dip your toes in the water as you soak up the sun’s rays. Take a boat trip to see seal families bobbing in the water, or head to the Sea Life Centre to admire penguins, jellyfish, seahorses and the east coast’s largest diverse species of sharks inside a huge ocean tank. Head to the coastal theme park, Pleasure Beach to marvel at circus antics, see worlds in miniature at the model village or relax in the tropical swimming pool.

 

Drive to the south of Great Yarmouth to find Gorleston-on-Sea. Watch the sun set over the Gorleston bay or riverside, or stroll along a stunning sandy beach that stretches into the distances below cliff gardens and a grand promenade. Summer Sundays in Gorleston are the perfect way to relax after a long week in the motorhome. Catch a live performance at the bandstand or watch the Sunday yacht race in the bay.

Norwich Castle
Norwich Castle
Golden Mile
Golden Mile
Gorleston on Sea

What to do in Norfolk With Your Motorhome