Fab Norfolk in Photos – part 4

This article is part 4 of our series of our posts about some of our favourite photos of Norfolk that we have taken. If you missed it, here’s a link to part 3, where you can link back to the previous parts in this series.


Our first destination is Felbrigg Hall, a National Trust property that we visited for an Easter Egg Hunt.

I was taken by this “house within a house” scene, with the model of Felbrigg Hall inside the orangery. I’m not sure I made the most of the photo opportunity but I still like the composition.


Felbrigg Hall model in the Orangery

Next, we’re off to BeWILDerwood to visit some Boggles, Twiggles and other fantasy creatures. You can get a good look down the slippery slope in this photo, which by the way is pretty good fun for adults as well as kids! Read our most recent review..

Sliding down the Slippery Slope at BeWILDerwood!

Next up is Burgh Castle – great fun for budding historians to explore! You can see more of our photos from our walk around this roman site.

Burgh Castle

Time for some animal content now, and here’s a Marmoset photographed at Amazona Zoo, Cromer. Want to see more photos at Amazon Zoo? Here you go!

Amazona Zoo - Marmoset

Finally, in the last photo on this photoset we have Norwich Castle. As you can gather from the lack of leaves on the trees, the photo was taken in the winter time and happened to be snapped on a mobile phone.

Norwich Castle

We’ll post set 5 of 8 in a couple of weeks time. In the meantime please do explore the NorfolkPlaces website where you can find plenty more photos of places to visit in Norfolk. Also, if you want to see even more photos then check out our Facebook and Instagram accounts so please follow us there.

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