Norfolk Visitor Attractions

Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the Norfolk Heritage and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.

We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed, where we have them.


Banham Zoo - Banham - 100's of amazing animals - with giraffes, tigers, leopards, meerkats, penguins and more - Banham Zoo is wheelchair and pushchair accessible, with pathed surfaces and lifts/ramps where appropriate, plenty of seating around the site, there is a "Changing Places" accessible toiletchanging-places-icon but"The Safari Roadtrain is not adapted for wheelchair use" please see the website


BeWilderWood - Treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, Twiggles and Boggles, storytelling, boat trips, marsh walks. Parents are encouraged to play alongside their children - Disabled access - a certain amount of disabled play equipment and facilities - some restrictions please see the website


Bressingham Steam & Gardens - Gardens, Garden Centre, Steam Museum - Bressingham, Diss - Disabled friendly please see the website


Bure Valley Railway - Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge steam railway runing between Aylsham and Wroxham - Aylsham - Disabled friendly - trains are wheelchair accessible - please see the website


City of Norwich Aviation Museum - aircraft collection including Harrier, Lightning and Vulcan, indoor displays and exhibits - we have no disabled access info for this site


Davenport's Magic Kingdom - showcasing 500 years of magical history from one of the largest collections of magic memorabilia in the world. Join your costumed guides for a time-travel tour, enjoy a live show in St. George’s Theatre and performances throughout, 1920s shop and original 1950s sideshow - interactive optical illusion gallery, activity sheets and dressing up, Puzzle Zone and play area - Disabled friendly, all on one level, doors wide enough for wheelchairs, Theatre has wheelchair space at the front, Disabled Toilets, Baby changing facilities -


Dinosaur Adventure - 100 acres of woods and parkland, Dinosaur Trail, Secret Animal Garden, Animal Encounter Barn, Adventure Play Area, Tiny 'Terror'saurs for the under 5's - Lenwade - Disabled facilities and access (but with restrictions ) please see website


Fairhaven Woodland & Water Garden - an eclectic mix of native and cultivated plantings with a network of dyke systems and a private broad, boat trips, woodland walks, childrens nature trail, sensory garden - garden, tea room, gift shop and plant sales are fully accessible


Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse - 50-acre site, Historic workhouse, Museum of life on the land, Traditional farm with rare breed animals, collections - Disabled friendly - please see the website


Muckleburgh Military Collection - military vehicle rides, tanks, picnic area, all weather attraction - we have no disabled access info for this site


North Norfolk Railway (Poppy Line) - Heritage railway, steam and diesel trains, museum, picnic areas - disabled toilet with baby changing facilities at Weybourne and Holt stations on days when trains are running, majority of train services include accessible coaches but please see the website


Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery - The Castle site comprises the 900-year-old Castle and a large gallery complex converted from the City’s Victorian prison It houses internationally important collections in archaeology, natural history, regimental history, and fine, decorative and contemporary art. - Step-free access is via the external lift in Castle Gardens. If you prefer not to use a lift, there is alternative step-free access to the Castle via Farmers Avenue or by the slopes in Castle Gardens. (Only one wheelchair-user at a time is permitted at first-floor level, to ensure that we can safely evacuate the building in the event of an emergency.) - borrow a portable hearing loop to use in our auditorium, accessible toilets and there is a "Changing Places" accessible toiletchanging-places-icon


Pettitts Animal Adventure Park - family adventure park, rides, exotic and domestic animals, shows, half-mile miniature railway - Reedham - we have no disabled access info for this site


RAF Radar Museum - Neatishead - “Cold War” operations room Guided Tour, displays - café, shop and most of the museum are accessible by wheelchair please see the website


Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts  - family-friendly art gallery, collections, temporary exhibitions (charges), modern life café, shop - on the campus of the University of East Anglia, Norwich - buggy-friendly, "ramped access to all galleries but wheelchair users may need assistance, a manual wheelchair is available on request" -


Shorelands Conservation Centre & Gardens - Conservation Centre and Wildlife Gardens, with Coffee Shop, Specialist Plant Nursery and Wildlife Art Gallery - Langmere, nr Dickleburgh - Disabled & Pushchair friendly - see website


Strumpshaw Steam Museum - Strumpshaw Hall, Norwich - Steam Engines, 100-ton working Beam Engines, Narrow Gauge Railway, 1930's Fairground Ark, Mechanical Organs and Memorabilia, Cafe, Shop - Disabled toilet, Access to all areas of museum, Access by ramp onto the train - please see their website


The Thursford Collection - Fairground machinery and rides, Steam Engines, Mechanical Organs, Fairground, Wurlitzer, Behind the Scenes Tour, Playground - Thursford, Fakenham - we have no disabled access info for this site


Wroxham Barns - is a collection of beautifully restored 18th century barns with craft workshops and is located 10 miles north of Norwich with Gallery Gifts, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Wroxham Barns Children’s Funfair, Junior Farm and Piggy’s Play Sty for heated indoor soft-play, perfect for little ones - wheelchair access to almost all of the site, accessible toilets and baby change facilities


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