Things to do in Norfolk this bank holiday weekend

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Bank holiday weekend in Norfolk - Credit: Unsplash

With lockdown restrictions easing, we can look forward to a slightly more sociable bank holiday weekend. We've gathered some ideas for the best way to spend your Easter bank holiday in Norfolk

Order an afternoon tea

Although we're not allowed to go out for an afternoon tea, we can still enjoy this British tradition from the comfort of our own homes as some of Norfolk's cafes and tea rooms have created afternoon tea parcels which can be delivered straight to your door.

Click here for some of our favourites.


Pack a picnic

If the weather forecast is looking good, pack a picnic and head to one of these beautiful Norfolk places for the afternoon. From the woody Blickling Estate to the peaceful dunes at Winterton, we have collated 10 beauty spots in Norfolk to head for a picnic. Click here for the full list.

Brancaster Beach


Go for a woodland walk

We have some truly magical woodlands in Norfolk, so head out among the trees and explore some natural wonders. Click here for our round up of 13 amazing walks to try.

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Go for a walk on a secret beach

Even though lockdown restrictions are easing, we can still have a peaceful long weekend, so head to one of these secret Norfolk beaches for a long walk or a flask of coffee while watching the waves roll in (but don't tell anyone else about them!). Click here for the list.

Titchwell dunes and beach - Titchwell RSPB, Norfolk, UK-2


Find a peaceful place to explore

It's not just secret beaches that can provide a bit of respite from the buzz of everyday life, we've got 10 other spots with wide open space to avoid the crowds. Explore nature, see some historical buildings and get lost in the countryside with these 10 quiet Norfolk beauty spots.

A yacht makes its way on the River Bure. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A yacht makes its way on the River Bure. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2020

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