The article highlights seven hilariously negative reviews left by visitors on Tripadvisor about Norfolk landmarks. Thetford Forest, which is a popular destination for families looking to enjoy the great outdoors, was described by one reviewer as the worst experience of their life, stating that it was unhygienic and full of dog poo. Norwich Castle, despite being steeped in history and offering an informative and fun day out for many visitors, was ranked low compared to other castles around the country, with one reviewer saying that it was the worst castle they had ever been to. Cromer Pier, known for its Victorian architecture and theatre shows, was described by one visitor as “pointless planks of wood to sit and view the mucky brown water”. Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile, a popular spot for holidaymakers, was criticized for being full of arcade lights, greasy smelling food, and rundown shops. Burgh Castle, a village that takes its name from a Roman ‘Saxon shore’ fort built in the third century, left one visitor disappointed, as they expected to find looming battlements but instead only found a wall. The Broads National Park, which offers idyllic waterways for visitors to explore, was criticized for having little to do and being full of windmills and swamps. Norwich Cathedral’s attempts to attract visitors, including the installation of a giant helter-skelter in 2019, were not appreciated by everyone, with one reviewer calling it a monstrosity. Although these reviews are humorous, they highlight that not everyone’s expectations and experiences are the same.