North Norfolk is steeped in history and heritage home to many fine buildings, stately homes and churches built over hundreds of years which can be explored today. Head to Holkham Hall and see one of the finest Palladian houses with its Repton designed lake area and nature-rich parkland and gardens, stroll around The National Trust’s Blickling Hall, the birthplace of Anne Boleyn and get a glimpse into the Royal family’s life at Sandringham. Visit the birth place of Horatio Nelson in Burnham Thorpe and find out about north Norfolk’s heritage through fascinating exhibitions. Take a journey back in time on the steam and light railways journeying through the coast and countryside. Or step back to the 11th century with a walk around the ruins of the medieval priory in Walsingham and celebrate north Norfolk’s maritime heritage with festivals and carnivals throughout the year.
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