Three of Norfolk’s true wonders

If you are planning a family holiday in the UK this year, Norfolk is one of the finest choices of location available to you. Whether or not you are aware of what Norfolk has to offer, you can be sure that it is a valuable and beautiful part of the country to visit, and the kind of place you are never likely to forget. In today’s blog, we will discover some of Norfolk’s real hidden gems, to give you a fuller picture of what you can expect.

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The Air Defence Radar Museum

If you have a taste for things military, then you might want to check out the Norfolk Broads’ RAF Air Defence Radar Museum at Neatishead. Here, you can hope to learn plenty about the history of Britain’s air defences as you tour this Grade II listed 1942 radar operations building. With over 10,000 items on display, this award-winning museum is definitely something to put on your list.

Toad Hole Cottage

This eighteenth-century thatched cottage once belonged to a Victorian family and boasts a stunning setting and incredible views near the River Ant. If that wasn’t enough, you can also hope to see some of the hidden gardens at How Hill, which hold a mysterious charm to any keen-eyed visitor hoping to see more of the wonder of the Norfolk countryside. Toad Hole Cottage is definitely one of those classic English sights that you are not going to forget in a hurry.


Finally, for an amazing adventure with all the family in tow, you should absolutely think about a day in Bewilderwood, the Norfolk Broads’ popular attraction promising no-holds-barred fun for adults and children alike. This enormous and award-winning attraction is full of active things to do, ranging from treehouse fun to boat trips and marsh walks. It’s the ideal way to have fun with your family while you’re staying on the Broads.

As you can see, Norfolk has plenty to offer any keen traveller, and in particular, you can hope to keep all the family entertained. Consider these hidden gems if you’re planning a trip to Norfolk sometime soon. You’ll be glad that you tried out some of these lesser-known but fantastic marvels.