Family friendly walks
Become history hunters in the Norfolk countryside and medieval quarter of Norwich.
The walks are a good length for little legs and the Norwich walk is buggy friendly. We've recommended family friendly things to do nearby to help you plan a fun day out.
Why not enter our family competition to name our Paston griffin? The winning name will be chosen by Good Judge Paston in October half term and will receive a family ticket for the Bure Valley Festive Express.
This summer see if you can spot a Paston as you enjoy one of our walks.
Walk activities for children
Download our fun Explorer Hunt activity and see if you can tick off all the Paston family related things as you do the walk. Or try out one of our simple, prep-free walk activity ideas.
Simple activities to do on a walk with children
Get the most out of your family walk and spark children's curiosity and creativity with these simple, prep-free activity ideas from our Education Consultant Georgia Knee.
Follow the leader
Hand navigation over to the children and see if they can use the map and instructions to follow the route. Reading the facts and information provided, they can become your very own tour guide.
A Paston's view
Ask children what they think the Pasotn family would have seen on the walks that we can still see today? Point out both natural and man-made features (eg: trees, rivers, buildings) and discuss their thoughts and ideas.
Drawing with nature
Take a bag on your walk and collect natural materials as you explore. Use them to create a self-portrait on the ground at the end of your walk or when you get home.
Try and spot an object for every colour of the rainbow. Maybe you can collect several or put them in coloured bags!