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Seals on pebble beach at Blakeney Point in North Norfolk


From Morston Quay

A fantastic family run business, Beans Seal Trips take you across to see the seals and birds at Blakeney Point.

Departing daily from Morston Quay, you’ll get up close and personal with the seals, be able to enjoy a spot of birdwatching and take in all the wonderful knowledge from the incredible crew. Operating throughout the year, this is a great trip out for all the family. The boats operate in the harbour and do not go out to sea. 

The beautiful seal colony at Blakeney Point is made up of Common and Grey seals. With there being around 500 seals pottering around the harbour, you’re guaranteed to see some! The Common seals pup between June and August, and the grey between October and December. The Grey seal numbers rocket from November as they arrive in the harbour to pup!

Guide prices: (please refer to their website for current pricing)

Adult Ticket £20.00 per ticket
Child Ticket £10.00 per ticket (14 & under)

Please visit their website for further information


Norfolk coastline and sand dunes

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Norfolk's coastline is officially recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, meaning that it is one of the UK's most cherished landscapes. The AONB covers 56 miles of coastline and includes Hunstanton, Wells-next-the-Sea, Blakeney, Sheringham, Cromer and Mundesley.

Felbrigg Hall in North Norfolk

Stately homes and gardens

Perfect for afternoon pootles and family days out, there’s oodles of history and beauty to be discovered at our National Trust parks here in Norfolk. Lose yourself in manicured landscapes, immerse yourself in the nostalgia of grand stately homes, and imagine living like a lord or lady.

Norfolk Broads with boats

Boats and bikes

From land to sea, are all manner of ways to explore the wonderful Norfolk countryside - boating and cycling are some just two of our favoruites. Join the Broads Tours for a spectacular river trip on board a double decker boat, hire a canoe, or gear yourself up to explore beautiful cycle paths.

Weybourne Beach in Norfolk with rainbow

Take the Discovery Trail

Calling all explorers, historians and treasure hunters... Explore 36km of incredible coastline on Norfolk's famous Discovery Trail! You'll be walking on landscapes which date back millions of years, where you'll discover an array of fossils and footprints from life which once inhabited Norfolk's stunning coastline.

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