A GREAT DAY OUT AWAITS
A GREAT DAY OUT AWAITS

Things To Do in Norfolk

Experience the best of Norfolk.

Wondering what to do in Norfolk?  If you’re the adventurous sort, you’ve got the entire county to explore, not just Norwich. Here’s just a handful of interesting places to discover… 

BLICKLING ESTATE 

35 minute drive from Dunston Hall 

Spend the day on the estate.  

This breath-taking Jacobean mansion is hard to forget, and you could dedicate a day alone to exploring the house and its library of approximately 14,000 books. And the grounds are just as massive. With 55 acres of formal gardens and 4,600 acres of parkland, you’ll never want to stop exploring.  

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WROXHAM MINATURE WORLDS 

22 minute drive from Dunston Hall 

Explore the world of miniatures.  

Take a look at the UK’s largest indoor modelling attraction – it’s over 10,000 square feet. There are many different zones to the attraction including scaled model railways, an entire city made of Lego, and a vintage penny arcade.  

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THRIGLEY HALL

27 minute drive from Dunston Hall 

Discover more about endangered species.  

Thrigby Hall was founded in 1979 by Ken Sims, who was inspired by his time in Asia to set up a wildlife park to help protect endangered species. Thrigby has three different leopard species, red pandas, several snake species and many more creatures for you to learn about.  

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THE DEVIL’S PUNCHBOWL 

45 minute drive from Dunston Hall 

Devilish or organic?  

The Devil’s Punchbowl – named for its almost perfectly circular shape – empties and fills with water seemingly irrespective of rainfall, which historically led to people assuming it was the work of the Devil. Now a site of Special Scientific Interest, it’s one Norfolk attraction that’s well worth a look.  

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