The country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. The house is perhaps the most famous stately home in Norfolk and is at the heart of the 20,000-acre Sandringham Estate. The Country Park is open to the public free of charge every day.

Visit Welney Wetland Centre to discover this important nature reserve and the land around it. With its amazing eco-friendly features, the new visitor centre is a flagship of sustainable living.

Castle Rising Castle is one of the most famous 12th Century castles in England. The stone keep, built in around 1140 ad, is amongst the finest surviving examples and the oldest of its kind anywhere in the country.

Standing in the heart of Norfolk’s undulating fields, Bircham Windmill now looks as it did over 100 years ago. At that time over 300 mills ground corn for horse and cattle feed and bread-making in Norfolk.

One of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England, the foundation of Castle Acre Priory in about 1090 sprang directly from a visit by William de Warenne II and his wife Gundrada to the great French monastery of Cluny.

Situated a stone’s throw away from the glorious North Norfolk coastline with its many stunning beaches and renowned restaurants, it is the perfect place to shop, dine or simply revel in being part of the traditional village atmosphere.

Holkham Hall is an eighteenth-century country house and one of England’s finest examples of the Palladian revival style of architecture, constructed for Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester.

Houghton Hall is the centre of a thriving estate, reflecting the ups and downs of nearly 300 years of history, while still dominated by the ebullient personality, energy and taste of Sir Robert Walpole.

See otters, penguins and more than 30 permanent displays showcasing the rich diversity of life under the waves. Provides a safe haven for more than 30 sick or injured seal pups which are annually cared for at the Sanctuary.

One of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England, the foundation of Castle Acre Priory in about 1090 sprang directly from a visit by William de Warenne II and his wife Gundrada to the great French monastery of Cluny.

World famous lavender gardens and the Lavender Oil Distillery, National Lavender Collection and Herb Garden.