There is an absolute myriad of things to do in and around Sheringham and some very special weekends, the 40’s weekend being a firm favourite.
North Norfolk Railway offers far more than just a train ride, experience yesterday tomorrow with a day out travelling through some of Norfolk’s stunning coastal countryside. Check out their events, steam galas, a day out with Thomas and the 1940’s weekend.
The park has four way marked routes from 1 to 5 miles taking you through the varying habitats of the park with coastal views. The changing seasons will provide a different look for each visit and you never know what you will see around the corner.
Sheringham Beach is one of the Norfolk beaches awarded the Blue Flag and it’s patrolled by lifeguards in the summer months. After a hard day on the beach, why not take a stroll along the Victorian promenade, enjoy a fish’n’chip supper and watch the sunset.
Sheringham Little Theatre offers top class, year-round entertainment for all the family, with a fantastic programme featuring drama, hit movies, music, comedy and art exhibitions. Why not drop in to The Hub, have a cuppa and check out what’s on.
The design and size of the Priory Maze is based on the ruins of the adjacent Beeston Priory. The copper beech copies the layout of remaining ruins, and hornbeam infill’s produce the maze. As this is not a symmetrical maze, there is no middle, but the viewing platform is located where the cloister would have been, and gives visitors a birds eye view of the maze and nearby gardens. After exploring the maze why not pop into the lovely cafe and have a look around their plant centre.
A family fun leisure facility offering a gym, soft play, classes, pool with waves and slide, swim lessons, skate park and much more.
Visitors are greeted with a warm welcome and treated to what is widely regarded as one of Norfolks best golf courses. The undulating fairways and fast, true greens will prove a test to all standards of golfer and the views are truly spectacular with the North Sea on one side and local steam trains on the other.
There is a large practice area with bunkers and facilities including pitching areas, practice nets and practice putting greens, there is also an indoor practice and coaching facility.
Hilltop Outdoor Centre – two discrete centres within 26 acres of private woodland, surrounded by 200 acres of public woodland, overlooking the seaside town of Sheringham.
We also provide activities and facilities, including Business Training Courses, Conference Facilities, Family Adventure Days – as well as being a favourite venue for Children’s Birthday Parties.
Meanwhile, getting around without using a car is easy- The Poppy Line vintage steam train amble to Holt stopping at various stations. Norwich is also easily reached by train from Sheringham. Cromer is well worth a visit too, you can go on the pier and catch crabs.
The Coasthopper bus runs from Kings Lynn to Cromer with some great destinations along the way including Holkham, Wells Next The Sea, Stiffkey, Hunstanton, Cley and may more.