In Japan, ‘Momijigari‘ is the traditional activity of ‘leaf hunting’ (or ‘leaf peeping’) in the autumn – the act of taking time out to enjoy the colours of the autumn leaves.

We think this is a rather wonderful concept – one we’ve actually been practising ourselves for many years now, without even realising it was a ‘thing’.

We absolutely love passing through Eaton Park in Norwich at this time of the year. The colours of the trees – especially when sunlight catches them – is absolutely stunning. A sight to behold.

An easy and wholesome antidote to the hustle and bustle of modern life, it’s amazingly easy to enjoy a spot of autumn leaf appreciation all over Norfolk. Here are 6 places you’ll see gorgeous autumn leaves in Norfolk right now.