These heritage trails were created by the Norfolk Heritage Explorer Project between 2005 and 2007. They provide different ways to explore Norfolk's archaeology during walks, cycle rides or drives through the countryside. Each trail is described in detail on the website and accompanied by maps and photographs. There are also downloadable leaflets so you can print out the details and take them with you.
Browse the heritage trails by clicking the links below.
This series of four linked heritage trail booklets was first published by Norfolk County Council in 2001 as part of the North Sea Viking Legacy project. The trails take you in search of round-towered churches with possible Viking connections.
Visit the Norfolk County Council web pages for more ideas for exploring heritage and nature along Norfolk's 2400 miles of paths, trails, cycle routes , and bridleways.
There are many other fantastic heritage walks which have been created by local not-for-profit heritage groups. Please find links to a few examples below.
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