Celebrate your 60th or 65th birthday with a classic car experience
At Classic Car Days we enjoy helping you make your loved ones 60th or 65th birthday special. We offer a range of historic cars http://www.classiccardays.co.uk/your-classic-car/ and we pride ourselves in giving advice on North Norfolk, Norfolk Broads and Suffolk venues you can travel to to enhance the 1950’s nostalgic experience.
Want to relive the 1950’s hey day end of pier shows? Cromer is a beautifully preserved old fashioned seaside town. The pier is a heritage site with the only end of pier variety show left in Europe.
Want to visit a retro street scene near the Suffolk & Norfolk border? Just 25miles away from Classic Car Days home is East Anglia Transport Museum. It’s a highly regarded museum that gives you the opportunity to ride in different modes of public transport from days gone by. One recent visitor commented “Given that we were all in our late 60’s it was nostalgic as we remember riding on the trams and trolleys as children.” http://www.eatransportmuseum.co.uk/
Want to step back into a 50’s like pub for traditional food in Norfolk? Nestled in-between North Norfolk’s coastal villages of Wells-On-Sea and the fascinating pilgrimage centre of Little Walsingham is The Three Horseshoes in Wareham. Reviewers on Trip Advisor recommend it as a time warp 1950’s experience. “A proper trip-down-memory-lane pub, none of this gastro pub malarkey here. I loved the traditional feel and such a friendly welcome. Darts, dogs, a good beer selection and good pub grub.” https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g3529637-d3912244-Reviews-Three_Horseshoes-Warham_Norfolk_East_Anglia_England.html
Want a vintage shopping experience in Suffolk? Cornucopia was shown in BBC’s Antique Roadtrip and is a collection of vintage stores located in the Corn Exchange, Harleston. Within the Victorian building is a 1950’ snug bar and 1940’s parlour tea rooms. http://www.harlestoncornucopia.co.uk/