Each week we’ll be highlighting some of the best events and things to do over the next week or so, live on Future Radio!
We often talk about things to do in terms of daytime activities and attractions - and though there’s certainly plenty to keep us all occupied during the day, Norwich has a vibrant and exciting array of evening and nightlife entertainment to enjoy. So, we’ve compiled our 5 favourite ‘nights out’ in Norwich – have a read, be inspired and get planning!
Norwich has plenty of accessible attractions and accommodation for disabled people. Its compact street pattern means a lot of attractions sit fairly close together. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best places to visit or stay at which are suitable for disabled visitors.
This summer book a trip with a difference at Potters Resort: the first five star holiday village in the UK, offering fantastic escapes away in a wonderful location near the beautiful Norfolk coast!
The school holidays have well and truly begun, so – for most people - ideas for family-friendly days out are in high demand. What if we told you we have a place where kids can be kids, and adults... can also be kids!
There’s nothing more pleasant than sitting down to a delightful picnic on a summer’s day. Surrounded by tasty treats and scrumptious snacks, this typically English pastime really makes you feel like you’re living the life of leisure!
Combine history and elegance with impressive architecture and a fantastic location at this elegant 3-storey luxury B&B right in the city-centre.
This summer the celebrations of Shakespeare’s life continue at Strangers’ Hall, who have gone all out to provide an enjoyable summer of activities, based on the theme of England’s much-loved playwright.
Outdoor cinema events have really risen in popularity over the last few years. It's a real treat on a summer's evening, so it's no wonder that the chance to watch a classic array of films al-fresco - particularly in the beautiful setting of the Plantation Garden - has been such a well-loved premise!
It’s no secret that Norwich is bursting with churches of every shape and size – but some are easier to stumble across than others.
There’s plenty of fun to be had around and in the water – forget hiring a boat for now, this is about getting right in the water… whether it’s in a lovely outdoor pool or indulging in some wild water swimming. Norfolk is blessed with lots of lovely spots to take a dip, so here are our favourites!
One of the (numerous) things Norfolk is praised for is its beautiful countryside, particularly some wonderful gardens. For those of us who don't have our own huge outdoor space to cultivate - or for those of us who just can't be bothered - take a wander around these gems and enjoy the result of hours of careful work, without even lifting a finger!
Welcome to Norwich, the perfect location for a crime thriller. Norwich is a thriving cultural medieval city packed with over 1500 historic buildings, atmospheric alleyways, an abundance of secret gardens and churches as well as 21st century architecture.
Norfolk’s leading brewery, Woodforde’s, has done it again with a fantastic new guest ale now added to its already hugely popular range of cask conditioned and bottled beers.
We’re a nation of festival lovers – we all know that. However, it’s nice to mix it up a bit when it comes to music festivals, and one that sits right on Norwich’s doorstep but might not be as widely known about is the fantastic Wymondham Music Festival.
From museum takeovers to language lessons, there’s almost too many great things to do this month! If you don’t have the luxury of spending everyday exploring the city, never fear - we’ve whittled it down to our top 5.