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Beat the January Blues with these Exciting Activities in Norfolk

Seaside treats near Wood Farm Cottages

As we’re slowly coming towards the end of January, this is the time that many of us lose our new-found motivation that we wistfully promised ourselves would last for the whole year. Rather than retreating to the warmth of our sofas, let’s embrace the exciting activities that Norfolk has to offer and not break our New Year’s resolutions just yet!


Amazona Zoo – Cromer

Exercising doesn’t have to be hardcore two-hour gym sessions or an intensive session of hot yoga. It can be as fun and simple as visiting the zoo. Amazona Zoo in Cromer provides an exciting and unique day out for the whole family, whilst giving you the opportunity to walk (skip, or run!) around the grounds.


The Mo – Sheringham

Wander around the gorgeous galleries alongside the North Norfolk coast, whilst learning about the fascinating history that goes back over a thousand years. The Mo lets you stretch your legs, browse the stunning photographs and admire the history items and artefacts that line the museum.













Muckleburgh Military Collection – Holt

Can’t get enough of military memorabilia? Visit Muckleburgh and explore the extensive range of armoured cars and tanks, as well as the exhibits which include artillery, machine guns and missiles. Much more fun than staying in and watching TV all day!


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