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Norfolk in the seasons

Published: 17/09/2019

Norfolk is beautiful all year round and there's always something to do with the family.

Spring



  • Get your dresses and fascinators out and enjoy a fantastic time at the races in May for Ladies’ Day at Norfolk’s famous Fakenham Racecourse.
  • Get a taste of local produce at the Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival. Sample the coast’s freshest catches and even catch your own crustacean. 
  • Spring sees the return of some colour. See snowdrops at Walsingham Abbey, Bluebells in Foxley Wood and the Yellow Star of Bethlehem in Wayland Wood.  


Summer



  • It’s the event of the Summer. The Royal Norfolk Show is a two-day extravaganza of everything Norfolk related from agricultural displays to local producers. 
  • Forget the Chelsea Flower Show, head to Sandringham Flower Show instead where displays are visited by the Royals. 
  • Join in the weekend-long festivities at the Lord Mayor’s Celebration. There’s live music, a 5km run and the flamboyant, traffic-stopping procession.  


Autumn 



  • Be whisked back in time at the Sheringham and Holt 1940s weekend. Relieve the fashion and entertainment of the wartime years and ride the railway between the two towns. 
  • The Norwich Science Festival is an educational spectacular with nine days of inspirational exhibits, sensational shows and an abundance of hands-on experiments. 
  • Celebrate autumn at Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse with their annual Apple Day. Stroll the orchard, sample scrumptious cider and identify your mystery apples. 


Winter



  • The Thursford Collection is home to the world’s largest collection of steam engines and organs, but head there for the famous Christmas Spectacular which you’ll never forget! 
  • See the seals! There are several seal colonies around the Norfolk coast, but visit Horsey in the winter months when mothers and pups take over the beach. 
  • Would you brave the Hunstanton Christmas Swim? Take the plunge or watch those brave enough to do so at the icon Christmas Day dip.