Things to do near The Kelling Estate
One of the best parts about staying at The Kelling Estate is there are countless things to see and do in the local area. We've narrowed down some of the best beaches, coastal walks, gardens, historical attractionsand family-friendly events to give you a helping hand in planning your trip.
Holt Garden Centre
The Holt Garden Centre is on our estate and offers a wide range of garden plants, wildlife feeds, gifts and more. There is also a lovely café where you can enjoy cake and coffee, lunch, or afternoon tea.
Let your little ones' imaginations run wild as you discover treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges, boat trips, marsh walks and more at the enchanting world of BeWILDerwood.
Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure
This 85 acre theme park features exciting and fascinating attractions including animatronic dinosaurs in natural surroundings, high ropes courses, and indoor and outdoor play areas.
Shopping and crafts, farm animals, and a fabulous fun fair, Wroxham Barns really does have something for everyone!
Hilltop Outdoor Adventure
Take to the trees for a thrilling treetop adventure! Discover climbing walls, high ropes courses, zip wires, and Air Jump - the first activity of its kind in England!
Amazona Zoo is home to a range of unique South American wildlife and features over 200 tropical animals including jaguars, monkeys, snakes, flamingos and tapirs.
Temple Seal Trips
With Temple Seal Trips, you can take a boat trip to Blakeney point and see the seals basking in their natural environment.
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
Hillside Animal Sanctuary is home to rescued ponies, horses, and donkeys, and is just 6 miles away from The Kelling Estate.
Sealife Centre Hunstanton
At this amazing family-friendly attraction, children can get up close to otters, penguins, sea turtles, tropical fish, and more.
Pensthorpe Natural Park
Explore acres of gardens, woodland, and natural habitats teaming with wildlife at this historic park and conservation centre.
This beautiful beach is just 4 miles away from Kelling Estate and features colourful beach huts, stunning cliffs, and rock pools.
East & West Runton
Renowned for fossil hunting, this beach was home to the remains of a Steppe Mammoth dating back to the last ice age!
Cromer is a traditional north Norfolk seaside town with a pier, pavilion theatre, and sandy beaches.
Wells is a historic seaside resort, home to unspoiled sandy beaches, traditional pubs, parks, and quaint little shops.
Holkham is home to a beautiful estate, national nature reserve, and a beach which was once voted one of the best in the UK.
Brancaster is a mile-wide, dog-friendly sandy beach that houses the remains of an ancient shipwreck.
NWT Cley Marshes
NWT Cley Marshes is situated in the stunning North Norfolk and provides visitors with great opportunities to explore coastal and wetland habitats.
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path combined is one of the easiest, most beautiful, and interesting long distance national trails.
Happisburgh Lighthouse on the North Norfolk coast is the only independently operated lighthouse in Great Britain.
Blakeney Nature Reserve
Blakeney Point is a national nature reserve situated near the villages of Blakeney, Morston and Cley on the north coast of Norfolk.
RSPB Titchwell Marsh
Located on the north coast of Norfolk, Titchwell Marsh is a nature reserve with habitats including reed beds, saltmarsh and freshwater lagoons.
East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens
East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens features a collection of beautifully landscaped gardens and a tea room.
Blickling Estate is just 14 miles away from the Kelling Estate and features a historic stately home surrounded by beautiful gardens.
The Sandringham Estate
Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of The Queen and has been the private home of four generations of British monarchs since 1862.
Priory Maze & Gardens
The Priory of St Mary in the Meadow, also known as Beeston Priory, is a former Augustinian Priory located in the village of Beeston Regis.
Sheringham Park is a landscape park and gardens with breathtaking coastal views near the town of Sheringham.
Stody Estate is home to fabulous water and rose gardens as well as a spectacular 14-acre rhododendron and azalea garden.
Explore the world famous lavender and herb gardens and oil distillery, and browse the gift shop filled with indulgent presents and treats.
Felbrigg Hall is a 17th century English country house famed for its Jacobean architecture and fine Georgian interiors.
Built for the first British Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole, Houghton Hall is a key building in the history of Palladian architecture.
North Norfolk Railway
There is no better way to see the North Norfolk coast than on the wonderful steam or diesel engines that run between Sheringham and Holt.
Muckleburgh Military Collection
The UK's largest private military collection including tanks, armoured cars, artillery, weapons, and uniforms, together with post war aircraft and model ships.
At Langham Dome, you can experience what life was like at RAF Langham during World War 2 and the Cold War.
Discover the world's largest collection of steam engines and organs! Ride on fairground carousels, enjoy a back stage tour, and watch silent movies.
Shrine of our Lady Walsingham
Known as one of the greatest shrines in Medieval Christendom, these spectacular ruins are famous the world over.
For those who have a passion for horse racing or just fancy a flutter at an upcoming fixture, Fakenham Racecourse is just 16 miles away.
Sheringham Little Theatre
This fabulous venue hosts a jam-packed programme of drama, movies, comedy, music, and art exhibitions.
Pavillion Theatre at Cromer Pier
The historic Cromer Pier is home to The Cromer Pier Show - one of the few true live variety shows in Britain.
Norwich Theatre Royal
The city's celebrated theatre plays host to a wide variety of shows and entertainment throughout the year.
Several properties at The Kelling Estate have been rated 5 Star Gold by Visit England