Great for day trips, the town’s wide range of accommodation to suit all pockets and tastes means Great Yarmouth is also the perfect destination for family holidays. And if you’re staying, you get longer to enjoy the vibrant nightlife, Summer shows at Britannia Pier, as well as a wide variety of events including fireworks and street acts in the Summer holidays.
The Time & Tide Museum at Great Yarmouth.
Great Yarmouth has cultural attractions as well, not least the fabulous Time & Tide Museum, which is housed in a Victorian herring curing works and tells the story of the fishing industry that once dominated the town. Nowadays it’s renewable energy from the towering wind turbines situated offshore. Explore the museum at your own pace or take a guided tour.
Explore Roman history at Burgh Castle and enjoy the views of Breydon Water.
In the hinterland you’ll discover the unique Broads waterways, lovely countryside and picturesque villages, and Burgh Castle, the largest remaining Roman building in the country with magnificent views over the marshes.
There are lots of fabulous beaches north of Great Yarmouth, including Winterton-on-Sea.
Great Yarmouth railway station has regular trains from Norwich. See the Greater Anglia route map here. The bus depot is close to the seafront. During the Summer months you can ride the open top bus along the coastline.
Traditional seaside fun
Golden Mile of amusements
15 miles of beaches
More than 60 attractions
Hippodrome Water Spectacular
all of the above
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