Extreeme Adventure -
a high ropes course, built in some of the tallest trees in East England, part of the Weasenham Woods, there are over 20 different elements that come together to make what is thought to be Britain’s highest and longest Woodland Walk. Extreeme Adventure is on the A1065 8 miles North of Swaffham and 8 miles South of Fakenham.
Langham Glass – witness the ancient craft of glass making - a craft that has changed little in the past 300 years. Glass making demonstrations are available and there is also a shop and other craft centres to visit. Langham Glass is on Tattersett Business Park off of the B1454 near King’s Lynn and Fakenham.
Pensthorpe Nature Reserve & Gardens – Has seven lakes, nature walks and hundreds of species of wildlife. Here you can go on safari, walk through aviaries and browse the gift shop. Located on the A1067 south of Fakenham.
Thursford Collection – A museum full of artefacts from days gone by, you can see mechanical organs, fairground engines and traction engines, amongst other attractions. Open from 12 noon daily until 5pm located north of Fakenham on the A148.
Walsingham Abbey – On view are the remains of an Augustinian Priory set in picturesque parkland, visitors can take in the museum and woodland walks. Found in Walsingham on the B1105 between Fakenham and Wells.
Hunstanton - Known as ‘sunny hunny’ , the beach and cliffs at Hunstanton face west, which means they capture the sunshine and are the perfect spots for viewing some spectacular sunsets.
The beach runs for two miles along the coast to Brancaster and when the tide goes out , rock pools appear around the groynes.
The seafront is bordered by large Victorian and Edwardian houses and you can walk along the top of the cliffs to the lighthouse.
There's plenty to do on rainy days - Hunstanton is very much a family holiday destination and is also popular with older holidaymakers
Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015