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Places to visit with 1yr old in norwich

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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Was LO's birthday today and had a lovely party with the family etc, but tomorrow me and OH just want to take her out somewhere nice..but no idea where to go!

we have recently been to banham zoo, africa alive and melsopp farm park so im stuck of where else there is to go..any help appreciated rep will be left :)
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago

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What sort of thing are you after, indoor/outdoor, budget? etc
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dinosaur park? wroxham barns?
dont really have a budget and were happy with indoor or outdoor, but all the places in the 'days out' leaflets seem a bit too old, like the dinosaur park would be great but too old for her..i thought about wroxham barns is it any good??
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How about a boat trip out to see the seals at Blakeney??
How about a boat trip out to see the seals at Blakeney??

Thats a lovely idea, if its not too cold.. will definately think about that one :)
Another option weather permitting is to hire a bike with child seat at Thetford forest. Being Norfolk there are plenty of flat routes!!
And crabbing followed by fish and chips at wells next the sea.
How about Pleasurewood Hills which is near Lowestoft (Corton)?

I haven't been there recently but there are quite a few rides for little ones.
How about Thrigby Hall, here is a link
Various Walks, Holkham Beach, Trowse Park, Trips on the river at Wroxham, chips in yarnouth market!, bure valley railway, bewilderwood (££ though), Gt Yarnouth joyland, swimming pools (various), cinema, norwich castle the list is endless. . .
I think Pettitis would be suitable, our kids (2+6) love it there, cheap to get in too, loads of things to do, easily a day out.

I wouldnt bother with Wroxham barns there isnt much there apart from the Animal farm and that takes about 15 minutes to walk around !

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