Spend the day on Mundesley Beach or one of the other North Norfolk Beaches – Overstrand, Sidestrand, Cromer, Sheringham, West Runton, East Runton or venture further afield to Wells or Holkham
Take a trip to the Norfolk Broads and maybe rent a boat or a canoe – www.enjoythebroads.com/boating
Take the kids to Bewilderwood for a day of family fun – http://www.bewilderwood.co.uk
Get a crabbing line, some bacon and a bucket – wait for high tide and go crabbing off the Pier at Cromer or the Quay at Blakeney – remember to pop them back and buy a boiled Cromer Crab for tea!
Pop along to see the animals at Amazonia Zoo in Cromer- www.amazonazoo.co.uk
Walk the Norfolk Coastal Path –www.norfolk.gov.uk/out-and-about-in-norfolk/norfolk-trails/short-and-circular-walks/norfolk-coast-path
Go for a walk at one of the many National Trust properties such as Blickling Hall or Felbrigg Hall – www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lists/places-to-visit-in-norfolk
Visit Holt a quaint Georgian town with a variety of independent shops, restaurants and food shops
On a Wet Day….
Visit Muckleburgh Tank Museum – our son’s favourite – www.muckleburgh.co.uk
Have the day in Norwich either shopping or visiting the Norwich Castle or the Museum – www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/visit_us/norwich_castle
If you have little ones they will enjoy Wroxham Barns, as will the bigger ones too – www.wroxhambarns.co.uk
Those that need the Gym desperately during their break can pay a £25 membership fee for a week long holiday membership of Rossis’ Sports Club in North Walsham –www.rossis.co.uk
The RNLI have two Museums in Cromer, one at the end of the Pier and one underneath the Rocket Café (also good for lunch or a coffee) – www.cromerrnli.org.uk