Places of Interest
The details below are intended as a general guide only. For specific tour details, first check Availability and then follow the link from the Tour Description.
East Anglia’s top seaside resort is packed with activities and attractions to suit every taste. With its long sandy beach, Model Village, Pleasure Beach and Sea Life Centre, not to mention the wide range of sporting activities and top of the range shows, Great Yarmouth is ideal for a day trip or a longer stay.
The village is visited by thousands of pilgrims who come to see the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. The village itself has numerous attractions, including the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway, the longest 10¼ inch narrow gauge steam railway in the world and splendid independent shops.
is one of Britain’s most attractive cities with winding shopping streets, an imposing cathedral and the highest number of pre-Reformation churches in Europe. Enjoy a tour of the city, either by bus or on foot to learn more about the exquisite buildings spanning 1000 years of history.
Broads Tours Wroxham
Enjoy a relaxing river trip (included on some tours), or skipper your own easy to drive day boat and explore the Broads at your leisure.
Bure Valley Railway
Norfolk’s longest 15in gauge railway runs between Aylsham and Wroxham.
The Muckleburgh Collection
Britain’s largest working military collection, with tank demonstrations, military museum, shop and restaurant.
A superb Jacobean house, famed for its Long Gallery and fine tapestries. It is also reputed to be haunted by the ghosts of Anne Boleyn and Falstaff.
The Thursford Collection Near Sheringham
An extensive collection of steam driven machines including steam organs, traction engines, steam rollers and even fairground rides.
The country retreat of the Queen, Sandringham is Norfolk’s most famous stately home and is open to the public when the Royal Family are not in residence.
is home to the North Norfolk Railway which runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and uses vintage diesel carriages on many of its journeys.
is an historic port which lies on the banks of the River Great Ouse where it flows out to the Wash. The Hanseatic merchants of medieval England built many warehouses here which can still be seen today. It is also the birthplace of Captain George Vancouver, whose voyages took him to Canada where he founded the city which bears his name.