Most of what makes the Norfolk coast special is to be found in nature, expansive skies and empty spaces relatively untouched by the human hand. However, the area is also alive with the gentle thrum of events – cultural, arty and foodie happenings that are rich in content and high in quality. Here’s our overview of the annual highlights, and do keep an eye on this page as you’ll often find new additions to the list.
As buds form and open, hedgerows burst into life and days grow longer and warmer, Norfolk comes into its own. Our grand heritage houses open their doors, nature reserves are rich in heady sky-bound song and the coast's restaurants shut down their fires and menus transform with fresh spring produce. It's an ideal time to come and explore.Read more
With our 93-mile coastline made-up from sweeping sands, salt marshes, blue flag beaches and cliff-backed vistas, summer is simply a wonderful time to visit Norfolk. Especially up in North Norfolk where the beaches seem to never end.Read more
As the air cools a little and the evenings grow shorter, it’s the perfect time to escape to our beautiful coastline. You’ll discover empty beaches, new flavours, action-packed wildlife happenings and big, dramatic skies. Autumn is the ideal time for stargazing – still warm enough to sit outside as the sun disappears and gives way to the best lightshow on earth.Read more
Winter is a magical time to visit the gorgeous Norfolk, with festive markets, mesmerizing lights and delicious food. Whether you love discovering the wonderful coastline or heading inside to sit beside a warm fire, you will be spoilt for choice for events in Norfolk.Read more