You can visit various country parks, museums and attractions in Norfolk for free days out and cost-friendly family fun over the next week.

National Lottery Open Week runs from March 9 until March 17 and hundreds of cultural sites across the UK will be offering free entry, discounts or special offers.

Every week National Lottery players raise more than £30 million, which goes towards funding good causes all over the country.

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For making their work possible, National Lottery-funded projects are getting involved in the promotion.

The special offers are open to anyone who presents a digital or physical National Lottery ticket during the week. 

These are the places involved in Norfolk: 

Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell - March 15 and March 16

Strangers' Hall - March 13 to March 17

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery - March 9 to March 17

RSPB Strumpshaw Fen Nature Reserve - March 9 to March 17

Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse - March 16 and March 17

Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate - March 9 to March 17

Blickling Estate - March 9 to March 17

Time and Tide Museum - March 16 and March 17

Curator Tour of Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life - March 12

RSPB Lakenheath Fen Nature Reserve - March 9 to March 17

See the full UK list and terms and conditions for each venue on the National Lottery Good Causes website.