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Bella2010star Sat 16-Jul-11 21:03:35

Any suggestions for good places to visit in Norfolk? Going with daughter who is 17 months.

JoleneJoleneJoleneJoleeene Sat 16-Jul-11 21:08:58

Where abouts are you staying? Norfolk's a big place

Bella2010star Sat 16-Jul-11 21:11:51

Sorry staying in Cromer

thisisyesterday Sat 16-Jul-11 21:15:10

I was going to suggest Bewilderwood, but it's quite expensive and probably better for slightly older kids

JoleneJoleneJoleneJoleeene Sat 16-Jul-11 21:15:49

I've answered your other thread.

ragged Sat 16-Jul-11 21:32:40

Agree Bewilderwood pants for under 3s.
Steam railway in Sheringham, the park on Cromer cliffs, The Cromer museum itself, Amazona zoo (get best ticket prices online), Felbrigg for a wander (wash hands well if they touch the grass, though, too much fresh cow poo on some of it!)

ibbydibby Sat 16-Jul-11 21:47:24

Have out some suggestions on your other thread

pramsgalore4 Wed 20-Jul-11 23:32:29

banham zoo is good and you can use tesco club card deal vouchers there and pettits is really good

Blu Fri 22-Jul-11 11:07:39

Park yourselves in the sand dunes at Wells Beach for digging, paddling and picnicking, and then walk through the pinewoods behind.

Go on a trip to see the seals from Morston - check trips and timetables here: or google 'Blakeney Point Seal Trips for one of the other 3 or 4 companies that run ferries - reserve tickets and then turn up at Morston Quay in plenty of time.

Get Fish and Chips from Mary Jane's chip shop in Cromer - it's the best one. Or sit on Wells Quay with chips from French's chip shop.

Take an inflatable dinghy in the shallow creek at Blakeney at low tide.

The Shire Horse Centre for looking at horses and ponies, and a cart ride, Amazonia Zoo, if raining the Steam Engine Museum at Thursford is indoors and has original steam driven carousels and steam driven dance hall organs that they play in turn - also good play area and nice picnicing garden. If desparate there is an indoor soft play place in Wells at the quay end of the beach road. Also miniature train down to the beach.

Go to the duck pond at Salthouse or Glandford Ford (Glandford between Wiveton and Letheringsett) and feed ducks, and pop into the little shell museum.

N Norfolk is a v outdoors bucket and spade sort of place.

Visit Sheringham - you can go from Cromer to Sheringham on the train.

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