Theatre St, Norwich, NR2 1RL | Website
The Theatre Royal is an art-deco theatre in Norwich, Norfolk, England. It hosts a large range of touring productions.
Nature is never far away from this picturesque holiday park hidden away in rural Norfolk. Well laid-out woodland trails, fishing lakes and an abundance of wildlife are all overlooked by the historic ruins of Haveringland Hall.
Mature trees surround 12 acres of fishing lakes that are well stocked and regularly maintained, offering keen anglers an idyllic setting to spend their days. Fishing costs £8 per day and a fishing licence (or copy of one) is required to fish on site.
Relax from the minute you arrive and enjoy family leisure time in an exquisite corner of Norfolk.
Outdoor living doesn’t get any better. Near to the park you can enjoy activities such as walking, cycling and bird watching. A short drive will take you to the beautiful historic city of Norwich, with its stunning Cathedral, Castle and fabulous shopping.
Please note park facilities are generally closed towards the end of October until the following March and are subject to park operation and discretion. 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for any disruption which is under park control. **2019 dates – facilities open 15/03/19 – 04/11/19.**
Cawston, Norwich, Norfolk, NR10 4PN
In the historic city of Norwich, you’ll find an abundance of things to do, including the famous Norwich market, independent retailers and large department stores, restaurants, bars and cafés. For those seeking culture, the beautiful Norwich Cathedral, Norwich Castle and beautiful riverside walk, are a must. And of course, there is plenty of opportunity to sample the real ale from the region’s lively micro-brewery industry and the world famous Adnams Brewery.
Horning Rd, Hoveton, Norwich, NR12 8JW | Website
Home to the book series, ‘A Boggle at BeWILDerwood’, this award-winning forest adventure encourages parents to play alongside their children. Just because you’re grown doesn’t mean you should miss out on the magic! With an excess of fun to be had, first acquaint yourself with Swampy and his friends – the adventurous dwellers of the forest, brought brilliantly to life.