– Here activities include a deer safari, discovery trail, horse & pony rides, tea room visitor centre, shops and adventure playground.
Bircham Windmill - Bircham Windmill still looks as it did over 100 years ago. Today, very few windmills are left, it is the only windmill in working order in the area open to the public. Visitors can climb the five floors up to the fan stage and, on windy days, see the sails and the milling machinery turning. There are tearooms, bakery and grounds to visit.
Coal Shed Gallery
– Part of the original Hunstanton railway site, the gallery has been converted to house work from local artists and photographers.
Fakenham Racecourse –
a friendly, casual atmosphere to watch horse racing, Fakenham Racecourse has no formal dress code. Children aged 16 and under are admitted free, the racecourse welcomes all visitors. It is located on the south side of Fakenham off of the A1067 Fakenham/Swaffham road.
- 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