BeNorfolk website launched to inspire year-round experiences for residents and visitors

Are you looking for accessible activities to do in Norfolk? is a vibrant new website which has been recently launched to inspire visitors and locals to try out more than 300 experiences showcasing the best of Norfolk’s nature and culture. 

BeNorfolk recommends unforgettable Norfolk experiences, with a variety of free and paid-for activities for you to try out, with many of them providing experiences for people with additional requirements. 

Calling all nature lovers, foodies, and those with an interest in heritage, history and culture, you will be sure to find inspiration for accessible walks and cycling routes, tours and activities, no matter the weather! 

The new website aims to help you choose the right experiences and activities for you, using filters such as accessibility, theme and season. Explore the BeNorfolk interactive website to find events tailored to your interests and location. You can pick from an extensive menu of options to design your own itinerary to get out and about across the county, meet new people and try something different. You can even download your bespoke itinerary to a calendar and share with friends!

Ranging from guided walks and bird watching, craft activities to Champing (camping in historical churches), detective weekend workshop or boat cruising, there is something for everyone. 

The website is part of the EXPERIENCE project managed by Norfolk County Council. The project is funded by the European Union through its European Regional Development Fund and Interreg VA France (Channel) England programme. 

Discover the best things Norfolk has to offer. Be inspired and visit Be Norfolk – Endless adventures – One destination to create the journey of your dreams!

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