Norfolk Passport's top recommendations of things to do this week - Thursday 7th January

Thursday 07 January 2021, 9am - 5pm

Each week, Norfolk passport recommend the top things to do that week. This week's Top things to do includes a variety of things to do at home, from virtual tours and activities at Norfolk's favourite museums to learning about the local wildlife and a special online lecture.

All text and images are taken from Norfolk Passport's website.

Norfolk Museums at Home

The Norfolk Museums Service has been continuously creating exciting videos and activities for all to enjoy at home. 

Explore The Lynn Museum, Museum of Norwich and Norwich Castle, take part in a virtual murder mystery at Gressenhall Workhouse or get creative with crafts to do at home with the Time and Tide Museum. 

Browse Museums at Home

The Norfolk Countryside Hour Podcast

Make a cuppa, put your feet up and listen to BBC Radio Norfolk's Countryside Hour Podcast with wildlife lover Chris Skinner.  

A new podcast is uploaded each week, and there are over 200 previous episodes available to enjoy. The podcasts cover a range of topics from bird calls to threatened species in our area. 

Listen to Chris

Take Part in the Bowthorpe Arts Festival

Do you fancy sewing and taking part in something quite special? Norwich Theatre is working with Cloth of Kindness to make a tapestry of positivity to be displayed at The Bowthorpe Arts Festival this summer. 

No sewing experience is needed, simply get in contact and pick up a creative pack with all you need to sew a patch for this project. The project is aimed at older adults who have found themselves particularly isolated this past year.

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Norfolk Churches Trust Online Lecture: Re-imagining the Garden

Join art historian Tom Duncan as he explores the relationship between paintings and gardens across the ages from Veronese to Rothko. All proceeds of this lecture go towards the Norfolk Churches Trust to help the charity with the funding of the many Norfolk churches in its care. 

Available until Thursday 14 January, £20.

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