We're going to Norfolk next week. Any recommendations? So far the ziggurats of UAE, Louis Tussaud's craptacular House of Wax (coming soon to Nothing To See Here) and the Dad's Army Museum at Bressingham are all on the list. Hunstanton and Cromer come recommended for old-style seaside fun. Any others?

Salthouse: fantastic little village, the church has some amazing pictures of saints which have had their faces scratched out in a Puritan frenzy in the 16th century.
plus sailors graffitti from the days of sail. Not forgetting Cookies crab shack- if you like seafood you'll have the meal of your life at about a third of the cost you expect. yum!

The House in the Clouds in Thorpeness....
http://www.norfolkcoast.co.uk/location_suffolk/vp_thorpeness.htm
and Thursford museum of fairground rides and organs... I remember this from a visit as a small child - there was no one else in the place - it's probably been done up since!
https://www.thursford.com/

Bewilderwood. We have not been ourselves yet, but have got it earmarked for the kids (the two young uns and myself) next time we are in Norfolk. http://www.bewilderwood.co.uk/

Boat trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point you get really close to them There are 3 companies I think who run trips but
we like Beans best they are always friendly and have nice orange tops http://www.beansboattrips.co.uk/

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