Did you know that our holiday cottages in Norfolk can also accommodate large parties and…
It feels like the kids have only been back at school for a quick minute, and its already time for half term! There’s lot to do this year in Norfolk, with things that both the young and old will enjoy, here’s our pick of the best.
Norwich Science Festival
Norwich Science festival is fun for all ages, and from the 19thto the 27thOctober the family can go and discover the ‘future world’. This year’s science festival explores the science and technology developments that will help shape our future, with a focus on sustainability. You’ll find the festival in and around Norwich City Centre if you want to pay it a visit.
Over the October half term this year kids go free on Broads Tours. On the trip you will see various points of interest and you can take in all of the wildlife the broads has offer. The skipper on the boat will provide you with a full commentary, so you can really take everything in and it’s educational for the kids.
Stories of Lynn
Another attraction where kids go free this half term is the Stories of Lynn exhibition. This attraction brings local history to live with an interactive experience for children. The town of Kings Lynn is one of the most important medieval towns in England, with over 800 years of history. Those visiting the exhibition can expect to tour the old gaol cells, see the King John Cup, try on various costumes, and so much more.
Stay in Norfolk
If you want to enjoy one of these excellent days out in Norfolk over the October half term, why not stay in a Hall Farm Holiday Cottage and enjoy all the amenities we have to offer. Our spacious cottages are situated in the heart of Norfolk and have lots to do nearby. If you’d like any more information about staying at Hall Farm, please contact us.