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Thins to Do/See in Norwich and Environs-April

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I'm usually not a big fan of "must see" and "must do" posts since I think the "must" part is about as subjective as it gets.

However, in April I'll be spending two 8+hour days at the Bure Valley Railway taking a steam locomotive driver's course.

The plan to to travel by rail from London early on a Friday morning and rent a car in Norwich for the weekend. The course will take up the majority of the day on both Saturday and Sunday.

But I will have some time to explore on the Friday before and on the Monday after prior to the return to London.

I already have accommodation booked; I have never been to this part of England before and I understand it is quite scenic.

I could be contented just tooling around the countryside in the car and taking in the scenery and any unforgettable vistas/villages/gardens, etc. Don't necessarily want to spend a lot of time indoors in museums etc. but "great houses" might also be of interest.

I welcome any and all suggestions and thanks very much in advance with continued thanks being posted along the way.

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