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fruitandbarley Wed 11-Oct-17 23:49:30

Hi everyone,
Been before and have done quite a few touristy things, but any hidden secrets or things I might not have thought to do in north Norfolk. We're staying near cromer. Thanks

Lily2007 Wed 11-Oct-17 23:56:05

Presumably you've been on the seals trip. If not:

MegBusset Thu 12-Oct-17 00:00:43

Do you have DC with you/what ages? What kind of things do you like to do?

fruitandbarley Thu 12-Oct-17 00:17:40

Ahh yes thanks. Love seal trips and will probably do again. We have a 4 year old and a dog. Enjoy nature, walks, beach but we're up for trying anything really. Dog dependant though, we were there 2 months ago and couldn't find dog sitter.

MegBusset Thu 12-Oct-17 00:24:08

NT Blickling, Felbrigg, Sheringham Park - you can walk around the estates with dogs, although not the houses/gardens

Holkham Park and beach

Dinosaur Adventure, Bewilderwood (good for the 4yo, not the dog!)

Walk from Cromer to Overstrand - along the clifftop or beach - there's a lovely dog friendly cafe in Overstrand plus clifftop playground

Redwings Horse Sanctuary at Aylsham - free entry, dogs allowed, cafe/ small playground. Open every Friday to Monday

Ohmyfuck Thu 12-Oct-17 00:26:31

The Funky Mackerel Cafe on the sea front is nice and dog friendly too. The Henry Blogger museum at Cromer is nice for little ones. Sheringham Park is good for walking around too and at Sheringham station there's a fab play train set up; definitely worth a visit. Then you can watch/go on the steam train too.

Ohmyfuck Thu 12-Oct-17 00:27:41

Henry Blogg, not Blogger!

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