Further visitor information
The Norfolk Coast Partnership is not a tourist information office but we provide information on the Norfolk Coast AONB designation and how to enjoy the area in a sustainable way. This section provides some addition visitor information including contact details forTourist Information offices and points throughout Norfolk who provide a wide range of local and regional leaflets and information, including booking services for travel and accommodation.
Also in this section is some guidance to popular information requests from visitors to the Norfolk Coast.
Family friendly sites Ten sites selected on the basis of their facilities, information, accessibility by public transport or bicycle, infrastructure to enable sustainable enjoyment – and not least, for the variety and quality of 'natural beauty' they offer, both natural and historic.
Tides and beach safety The Norfolk Coast has a very diverse coastline ranging from cliffs, beaches and dunes, marshes and mudflats. Wherever you are you should be be aware of the various dangers they bring and in particular the tide times so links are provided to enable this information to be found.
Public toilet locations Many coastal public toilets and car parks within the area are local authority managed and the listing provides information on the facility along with a website link enabling additional information.
Historic sites and estates A selection of historic sites, parks and houses that can be found in the area with guidance to source further information.
Getting close to nature Norfolk is blessed with a large number of managed reserves, country estates and parks which are open to the public. A selection is listed that includes seal boat trips.
Museums and Exhibitions There are a number of museums, galleries and exhibitions throughout Norfolk catering for all manner of interests, included here are a selection.
Local Authorities for the Norfolk Coast AONB
North Norfolk District Council
Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk
Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Norfolk County Council
You may note that the active map category for Dog Friendly Beach does not show any beaches - the reason being that seasonal restrictions and bye-laws operating it is best left to follow on the ground signs. Tourist Information offices and Local Authority web pages will provide current restriction times and zone information.
North Norfolk (Wells - Sea Palling) www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/tasks/environmental-protection/where-you-can-cant-take-your-dog/
Wherever you take your dog please be a responsible dog owner.
Tourism business resource
Check out www.yournorfolkcoast.org.uk a practical resource designed to help you, the local tourism business, encourage your visitors to value and enjoy the natural environment and wildlife of the Norfolk Coast AND improve your business at the same time