Great Yarmouth


Great Yarmouth is a popular seaside resort situated on the south coast of Norfolk. With its ever popular Pleasure Beach, 2 piers, bustling town centre, pubs, clubs and good value restaurants and host of other attractions, it has maintained its popularity to both adults and children for many years.

It is also a convenient base for exploring the Norfolk Broads and all the attractions that the Norfolk coast provides. 

 St Georges Park


St.Georges park


Regent Road


Regent Road shopping


While you are here in Great Yarmouth why not check out this years shows on the ever popular Britannia PierGorleston Pavilion Theatre or the spectacular Hippodrome Circus which this year plays host to the 2nd Great Yarmouth International Concert Series in addition to its usual great family shows. You'll be sure to have a great time.

While you are staying in Great Yarmouth why not visit the amazing Sea Life Centre. Experience the thrills and spills at the Pleasure Beach or just a few miles away in Lowestoft, the fantastic Pleasurewood Hills. for a magical family experience visit adventure Bewilderwood the curious treehouse adventure near Wroxham. How about theMerrivale Model Village on the sea front in Great Yarmouth. You could take a tour around Great Yarmouth on a 60 minute City Sightseeing Tour.

If you visit in September dont forget to visit the sensational Maritime Festival in the historic old town at Great Yarmouth or a little later the magnificent free arts Out There Festival. For more information on up coming arts events visit Sea Change Arts.

Perhaps you might like to take in some history in the magnificent surroundings of Somerleyton Hall ,  Holkham Hoveton Hall or Houghton Hall. For more gardens and parks in Norfolk visit the National Trust website at National Trust. and while you are in Great Yarmouth check out the Norfolk Museums including the great stories told at the Time and Tide museum and take a look at Great Yarmouth Potteries for a step back in time and a fascinating look at how great pottery is designed and made.

A little further afield a visit to the historic town of Orford could be nice, or perhaps a stroll around theThursford collection or if visiting at Christmas Santas Magical Journey into Christmas. The magnificent gardens at Priory Maze Gardens could be worth a trip to Sheringham. A little further afield at Swaffham there's the environmental centre Ecotech. Or a traditional day out at Southwold Pier.

If you are interested in transportation history the Bure Valley Railwaymight be just for you or a trip onThe Poppy Line at Sheringham, Mid Norfolk Railway or the unique yesteryear experience of Strumpshaw Steam Museum. If aircraft is of more interest Norwich Aviation Museum.

If animals and wildlife is more your thing take a trip to Reedham and Pettitts Adventure Park,Snettisham Park or the African animal adventure park Africa Alive situated in Lowestoft. If you love horses a visit Redwings Horse Sanctuary at Caldecott Hall in Fritton, World Horse Welfareor Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary between Cromer and Sheringham. For great day out a trip Thrigby Hall Wildlfe Gardens or Oasis Camel Centre might be to your taste. Or winner of Best Norfolk Attraction 2009and host of BBC's Springwatch Pensthorpe. While visiting Norfolk why not take a look at the world of wild animals atBanham Zoo.

For a different experience theres the popular Wroxham Barns where the kids can have fun with the animals while you relax in the craft and garden centre. You can have some summer fun at Hemsby Megamaze (Summer only), or for another great adventure , this time on the water at nearby South Walsham The Canoe Man in the grounds of Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, not to forget Hilltop Outdoor Centre , The Playbarn , Extreeme Adventure or bring out your inner ape at Go Ape

For something a little different how about a Broads Tour from Wroxham or Potter Heigham, a trip on thePhoenix Fleet around the famous nature reserves at Horsey Mere and Hickling Broad might be nice.

If shopping is your thing, Great Yarmouth has a variety of the usual high street shops plus some interesting gift and speciality shops both in the town or nearby. A new atraction this year and well worth a visit is The Courtyard for arts, crafts and refreshments. Why not pay a visit to Alby Crafts at Erpingham near Norwich. Perhaps a trip to Langham Glass to see glass blowing demonstrations or to shop in their factory shop.

There's stockcar racing or if you fancy a flutter how about going to the dogs at Great Yarmouth Stadiumor horse racing on race days at Great Yarmouth Racecourse. For a more serious flutter you could have a night out at Mint Casino, which is celebrating its 30th year this year. Feeling energetic - what about bowling at Wellington Bowl or Regent BowlGreat Yarmouth is also a great place for exploring Norwich and the broads you will find more information at The Broads Website. and Norwich Attractions.

There are some great local restaurants in and around Great Yarmouth. Here are just a few of our suggestions.

Fatsos For an american style diner or 2 great value carveries Castle Carvery and Toby Carvery .For a really hot and spicy indian meal Bombay Nite.

For a great italian meal there's The Italian Restaurant or for a light snack while strolling the sea frontSara's Tearoom is worth a visit.

For something a little different there's the ale to sample at Norfolk Square Brewery , Blackfriar's Breweryor Humpty Dumpty Brewery which sells ales or you can take a tour around the brewery. What about a trip along the river Alde and Ore with dinner on the Lady Florence.

Great Yarmouth is also a great place to come Sea Fishing, you can get ideas and information at Sea Fishing or fishing directory for freshwater anglers Fishing In UK

Winter Break idea

A short drive away you you can visit Horsey and see new born seals on the beach in December and January. A truly fascinating experience!

Follow the link for more details Scenic Norfolk.

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There's so much to do you wont know where to start!

We apologise but we are unable to accept dogs at the Beach House but

we are able to recommend an excellent guest house who is dog friendly

Visit Seashells Guest House

they are so friendly they even have their own dog website


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