Visit a Norfolk Museum
Step inside one of the oldest prisons in the country and explore Great Yarmouth’s story of crime and punishment. Visit a 14th century merchant house at the Strangers Hall in Norwich or learn the history of West Norfolk at the award-winning Lynn Museum – nearly all our museums are accessible by bus!
Ride the North Norfolk Coast
They’re great way to visit villages and seaside towns along the glorious North Norfolk coast, and buses run up to every half an hour during the summer months.
Bus to the beach
Use Coastlink services to the seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, calling at plenty of other great places on the way.
Buses run every day up to every 15 minutes (up to every 30 minutes on Sundays) and are ideal for a day enjoying the best the east coast has to offer.
The buses on these routes have big panoramic windows and comfy leather seats as well as plenty of space for bags and knees. Once you’re there, there are bus services to help you get around if you want to go that bit further. Ask for an Explorer day ticket which will get you there, back and all around, all day with unlimited travel on all First buses in Norwich and all along the east coast. The Explorer ticket also includes travel from Fakenham, Dereham, Wymondham, Attleborough and Harleston.
Enjoy a fun-filled day in Norwich
Use Park & Ride and you’ll avoid lengthy traffic queues and expensive parking.
Buses run up to every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday from Norwich Airport, Harford, Sprowston, Thickthorn and Postwick, then just from Thickthorn on Sundays.
Park the car for free, then buy your ticket on the bus (or on the Konectbus App).
It’s a bargain too – For an adult it’s only £3 for all day travel or £1.50 for concessions. Extra passengers are just £1 each! So a parent with 3 children costs just £6!*
*Please note, prices may be subject to change. Please visit Konectbus for more information.