Fun things to do in #NorthNorfolk in February.
Snowdrops are just fabulous at this time of year. There is nowhere more serene to walk around and see their abundance, than in #Walsingham. Where you can make the day of it. Go for lunch at Victorious or one of the other eateries in the mesmerising village. www.walsinghamabbey.com
Perhaps you could book a room at the #Red Lion in Stiffkey. Where you'll be able to combine your Snowdrop Walk with a wonderful walk on the #Marshes in Winter. Where the winter bird life can transfix and mesmerise you. www.stiffkey.com
These days out explore Holkham's past, present at future; at the 400 year old estate. You'll get to enjoy their food and farming fun. Find out why cow pats are important and take your turn at milling flour. Sounds like a lot of fun for all ages. Running from 12th February through to the 20th February 2022. Tickets Link: https://shop.myonlinebooking.co.uk/holkham/sessions.aspx?tid=195
Deep History Coast Fossil Hunt
Download the North Norfolk Council's Fossil Hunting App from their website. It will help you identify the different Fossils. I found a 70 million year old Fossilised Ammonite, and 70 million year old Bellamite. A Bellamite looks like a large Crayon when they are whole. I cannot express how much fun this is to do. I got lost in history and was transported back in time by imagining the coast with Giant Mammoths, Tigers, and Hippos when I was hunting the fossils.
We parked at the carpark at West Runton and wandered down to the beach from there. Perhaps you could go to #The Ship Inn at Weybourne for lunch before or after your hunt. If you have any Vegetarians or #Vegans in your party they have a separate menu for them. Which is very welcoming. They have a fabulous selection of Gins! #Gin was historically known as Mothers Ruin. Another way to transport yourself back in time.