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Highlights in Great Yarmouth
- Seaside resort
- Theme parks
- Wonderful beaches
- Boating at Norfolk Broads
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Chalets in Great Yarmouth
One of England’s most celebrated seaside towns, Great Yarmouth features alluring golden sands set against a busy promenade known by the locals as the ‘Golden Mile’. Choose from chalets right in the thick of it, a stone’s throw from the beach and the profusion of attractions on the promenade. Looking for a chalet outside of town? Look in and around Gorleston to the south and Clacton to the north for small town serenity while being within easy reach of Great Yarmouth’s exciting attractions.Chalets close to the beach
Chalets in Great Yarmouth are detached and spacious, with gardens and patios which are ideal for enjoying a meal outdoors under the summer sun. With chalets to choose from both north and south of Great Yarmouth, the options that enjoy a fabulous location close to the seafront are perhaps the most tantalizing. Step outside your door and straight onto the town’s 25 kilometres of golden sandy beach!
Travellers and activities
There are over 20 kilometres of sandy beaches at Great Yarmouth at your service, all well-equipped with sun lounger rentals, shops, cafes, ice cream vendors and the rest. Not surprisingly, this stretch of the Dorset coast is a huge draw for families from all round the UK. Looking to get away from the crowds? Hemsby Beach boasts acres of luscious lawns and a wide stretch of fine, golden sand – a pristine environment that at the same time accommodates all the amenities you need for a fun-filled family day out.Great Yarmouth for museum lovers
There are several highly-acclaimed museums to discover in Great Yarmouth. At Elizabethan House Museum you can get an insight into the lives of merchants back in Tudor times. The museum features wood-panelled rooms crammed with fine art, decor, furniture, and paintings dating back hundreds of years. Children love dressing up in period costume and trying out the Elizabethan-style toys for size! Norfolk Nelson Museum is housed in a grandiose Georgian townhouse that is home to hundreds of paintings, medals, ceramics, and books related to the country’s military heroes, and is a great day out for military history lovers!Great Yarmouth for traditional seaside holidays
Great Yarmouth boasts a firmly retro, kitsch and very cool seaside vibe, offering up bags of non-nonsense fun that harks back to the traditional English seaside holidays of old. Swing by the penny arcade and win 20 pence, grab a portion of fish and chips doused in vinegar then head to the seaside pier and enjoy the fairground games along the wooden boards. This place is the definition of unpretentious entertainment!
Great Yarmouth has been a seaside destination since 1760 and now attracts 6 million visitors a year. Come and join the fun!
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Great Yarmouth is situated on the southern edge of the Norfolk Broads, one of England’s most celebrated national parks. A labyrinthine mosaic of lakes and rivers, it is bordered by the quaintest of villages. Hire a boat and slowly sail down the river, stopping at a traditional riverside pub for lunch. Heaven!2. Explore the Golden Mile
From Britannia Pier to Pleasure Beach, the Golden Mile is where Great Yarmouth’s seaside attractions are concentrated. Adventure golf courses, model towns, aquariums, amusement parks, restaurants, souvenir shops – it's all here in this thrilling feast of the senses.3. Experience life in miniature!
One of Great Yarmouth’s best loved attractions, Merrivale Model Village is a delightful model town created in incredible detail. The entire village is here – a theatre, houses, a cricket pitch, a church, and a mansion, populated with scores of miniature figures. With award-winning landscaped gardens, streams, and waterfalls, this is must-see for visitors to Great Yarmouth.4. Give your kids a day they will never forget
Joyland is a historic free entry kid’s amusement park that is home to rides that remain unchanged since it was opened back in the 1940s. Ride Tyrolean Tubs, the only Virginia Reel roller coaster left in the world!5. Come face to face with sharks at Sea Life
Explore an incredible underwater world at Sea Life, home to more than 2,000 marine animals, from sea turtles to rays, jellyfish and much more. Don’t miss the Atlantis theme Ocean Tunnel and thriving colony of penguins!6. Learn all about Great Yarmouth’s historical links with the sea
The third largest museum in the UK, the Time and Tide Museum explores Great Yarmouth’s history from the Stone Age to the present day, with special focus on the fishing industry. A great day out for the kids too, with puzzles, games and interactive displays galore!7. See the exotic animals of Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
Another great day out for all the family, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens showcases a rich variety of Asian birds, reptiles and mammals in its beautifully landscaped grounds. Burmese pythons, clouded leopards, Sumatran tigers and a crocodile pool that can be crossed via a wobbly bridge – it’s all here, and more!