Looking for the best way to spend your autumn in Norfolk? You’ve come to the right place. We have put together a list of the best things to do in Norfolk as autumn approaches. Whether you’re looking for something to do with your family or your friends Norfolk has something for everyone.
A majority of our activities are free so there’s no excuse not to enjoy yourself! Be sure to check out all the exciting events being held throughout the year and pick your favourite! You could even make some new friends and discover your city!
1. Go for a walk from one of many trails
There is something for everyone to enjoy in this outstanding region with wonderful towns and loads of roads. It offers stunning views.
The walks are well designed with plentiful tea houses, rest stops and excellent cafes. Visitors are treated to fantastic views from where they can go walking and horse riding on the coastal path or enjoy a swim in one of our many beautiful beaches.
You can choose your own walk from Interactive Norfolk Trails Map
2. Head to the coast and find one of many Secret beaches “Caister-on-Sea”
Just north of Great Yarmouth, Caister-on-Sea is the quieter younger sibling who keeps themselves to themselves, but what a fabulous, unspoilt beach.
“Caister-on-Sea” have stunning views, secluded walks and beautiful city vibes that have become well known throughout the whole country. There’s no denying their charm, and that’s why visitors from around the world travel here.
3. Norfolk is a Birdwatching capital of the UK
When you think about where to go see migrating birds, the place that immediately comes to mind is Norfolk. Millions of birds travel through these areas each year.
Some fly over the continental, while others make landfall along the east coast. So if you’re ever in Norfolk, don’t miss out on this amazing experience of seeing thousands of birds as they migrate south from the Arctic!
4. Take a heritage railway ride
When you are travelling around Norfolk and take time out to enjoy the sights. And one of the best ways to do it is with Heritage railways that provide an experience of a trip on the Norfolk & Norwich Railway.
Which takes you through some of the best sections of the District – We recommend the North Norfolk Railway from Sheringham to Holt – you won’t forget the stunning scenery.
5. Enjoy dinner at Cosy Club previously Bank
The Cosy Club is a modern lounge and dining experience specially designed to bring people of all ages together for an unforgettable dining experience.
The atmosphere is fresh, modern and smartly designed to enhance the comfort of the previously been banks. It features a lounge area where you can enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine while enjoying the architecture.
If there’s one thing that the people of Norfolk have in common, it’s mutual love and respect for all things Norfolk. What you may not know is that we’re also home to some of the most acclaimed private accommodation options on the market today.
So if you have you ever considered booking a private Norfolk home for business or pleasure, the wide variety of vacation rentals at Ginger and Gold, assures you will have everything you need to make your trip pleasant.