What is the pollen count in Norwich today?
Use our handy Your Pollen Pal tool to check the Norwich pollen count in different areas of the city. Just enter your postcode and find out the levels for today and the rest of the week.
Pollen forecast for Norwich
Stay on top of the pollen levels in Norwich across the week and plan your days out and activities in advance to avoid suffering at the hands of your hay fever triggers. By looking ahead, you can work out when it’s worth staying indoors, shopping in Chantry or venturing out for the day.
Pollen hotspots in Norwich
While Marston Marsh and Harrison’s Wood may be beautiful, the parks and woodlands that surround Norwich can make the city a hotspot for pollen. As the only city in the UK that’s part of a natural park, a high pollen count in Norwich might be unavoidable in some areas.
As part of The Broads, Norwich’s surrounding areas are lovely for a summertime walk, which is why keeping track of local pollen levels can make all the difference for your day out. With over 750,000 trees in the city, these pesky pollen creators can cause havoc for hay fever sufferers, whether you’re
out and about in the city centre, or taking a walk in a local reserve.
The variety of nature reserves in Norwich have much to offer in terms of different
types of pollen and plant life. From woods to heathland and marshes – each area will have varying pollen count levels, so it’s best to double-check before you leave for the day.
Hay fever-friendly activities in Norwich
Although Norwich is known for its green spaces, there are still plenty of things to do both indoors and outdoors if you’re looking for a pollen break. We’ve done the hard work for you and looked at some of the areas with typically low pollen counts and activities you can take part in. Who says
your hay fever symptoms should make you miss out on all the fun?
Indoor activities in Norwich
Whether you’re a shopaholic, a history buff, or just want to find something to do with the kids, Norwich has you covered. Why not explore:
- • The Museum of Norwich
- • Sainsbury Centre
- • Norwich Castle
- • Norwich Theatre Royal.
Places to eat and shop
Fancy a sniffle-free day of shopping and snaking? Norwich is a city full of both modern malls and medieval streets.
- • Royal Arcade
- • Elm Hill
- • Chantry Place
- • Norwich Lanes
Things to do outdoors in Norwich
If you want to venture outdoors (we recommend checking the pollen count first), then Norwich will not disappoint. From parks and gardens to outdoor museums, drop by:
- • Norwich market
- • Eaton Park
- • City of Norwich Aviation Museum
- • Felbrigg Hall and Gardens
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.