March Events in Norfolk

March is the beginning of spring which may mean a little warmer weather and more sunshine in Norfolk. It’s a good time to explore the area more before the tourists arrive. In this post we will share the best events in Norfolk in March 2022.

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March 2022 Norfolk Events

If you are looking for things to do in Norfolk in March, you have come to the right place. Here you will find events happening in March 2022 in Norfolk. It includes some events that are family-friendly and/or free.

Remember there can always be last minute changes, so it’s always a good idea to double-check the details with the organization hosting the event.

Please also make sure you follow all COVID guidelines. You should take a lateral flow testing before meeting up with others and stay home if its positive or you have symptoms.

Walsingham Abbey Snowdrops

When: 24 January – early March

Walsingham Abbey is one of the best places to see snowdrops in Norfolk and March is your last chance to see them before they disappear. Head to this charming village in North Norfolk for their Snowdrop Walks where you can explore the grounds to see these beautiful white flowers, the ruins of the Abbey, the Crypt, Shirehall Museum, and Prison.

Admission is £6 for adults, £2.50 for children 6-16, and free for under 6. No booking is required, and you must pay by card. Get more details here.

Norfolk Maker’s Festival at the Forum

When: 9 March – 20 March

The Norfolk Makers Festival is a free, annual event that brings together tens of thousands of people in a celebration of creativity and making heritage. Inside the The Forum in Norwich, there will be inspirational exhibitions, demonstrations, hands-on activities, conversation, talks and workshops where you can engage with local crafters, hobbyists, and small businesses.

Get more information here.

Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of Youth

When: 13 March – 17 July

Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of Youth looks at the early artistic development of Pablo Picasso, from his teenage years to his thirties (1896 – 1914). With over 20 works by Picasso including rarely seen paintings and drawings along with more familiar works, the exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre follows Picasso’s progress, from his childhood in Malaga to his rise in Paris.

Stay tuned for our review.

Music from the Movies at Norwich Cathedral

When: 19 March

Join world-renowned chamber orchestra, London Concertante as they preform iconic movie soundtracks inside Norwich Cathedral. It’s a fun concert for the whole family as it includes excerpts from George Lucas’ epic space opera ‘Star Wars’, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Schindler’s List’ and ‘ET’, along with ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Skyfall’, ‘The Godfather’, and more!

Get tickets here.

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