Holidays in Norfolk; it has been an interesting Easter. recently writing of March coming like a Lion leaving like a Lamb didn’t ring true this winter and the season thwarted spring through the Easter Holidays in Norfolk.
None of the above really, really mattered, we all like a bit of sunshine on our back but the beautiful county has enough cards up its sleeve when the weather doesn’t deliver.
This truck is a wonderful off road experience for visitors at Weybourne Camp. Yes the wind blew and the rain flew but the exhilaration on this tour of the camp is a great outdoor adventure. The camp’s attractions are mostly inside, thankfully a nice tearoom helped the thaw…
Another simple but lovely Holidays in Norfolk experience is a day trip to Cromer where one can dodge the elements in the quaint cinema
Merlin Cinema is a classic old cinema and often has good family and children deals, leaving the cinema you can nip into the penny slot arcades where the young on their Norfolk holidays compete for tickets/vouchers to win prizes; nearly lunchtime and off to No1, a delightful Fish and Chip restaurant with great views out to sea, well there would be if the fog lifted!
A hearty plate and a welcome rest before venturing onto the Lifeboat museum and a visit to the real thing on the end of the pier, truly magnificent.
Another day another town, Wroxham down on the broads, the weather is dreadful but never fear this attraction is another indoor gem; ‘Miniature World’ is a museum of models and games to suit kids of all ages even the old ones… a vast array of model railways, a huge scalextric racetrack, cabinets full of reminders from the past an arcade with the old games and tricks amuse most, there are ques to play the old space invader games as well as flight simulators and train driving experiences.
Holidays in Norfolk no matter the weather there are many many attractions to delight the visitor, come and visit whatever the season with Barn & Beach