Great Yarmouth resort is one of the great seaside towns with it's golden mile of family-friendly attractions, amusements and arcades, top shows and events.
Great Yarmouth Beach - stretches for 15 miles, a sandy beach, past sand dunes. You will find a traditional beach with in donkey rides and bouncy castles. Bathing waters and just as ideal for walking at any time of the year.
Merrivale Model Village - a reflection of the English countryside in miniature, just over one acre in extent. With a busy town centre, village inn, farm, travelling fair, sports stadium, zoo, holiday park, country club, castle and cottages. Traditional crazy golf is also included in the admission price. Grab a bit to eat in the Merrivale Tea Rooms.
Pleasure Beach - is currently rated in the top 10 free entry amusement parks in the country. With a mixture of modern and traditional attractions sits at the top of Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile. The Pleasure Beach offers huge family fun, full-throttle white knuckle rides to exhilarate and thrill, water attractions to catch your breath and fun rides to keep the children happy for hours.
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Park - near Great Yarmouth have 250-year-old landscaped gardens, play areas and superb willow pattern garden. A wide variety of animals including Snow Leopards, rare tigers, gibbons, deer otters, crocodiles in a swamp house, aviaries, waterfowl, gift shop & cafe. Tropical & forest houses give good all-weather cover.
Great Yarmouth Racecourse - is a historic racing venue on the Norfolk coast. Over the summer season you will find events taking place.
Sea Life Centre Great Yarmouth - explore an incredible underwater world get up close to many sea creatures including blacktip Reef Sharks, Green Sea Turtle, Rays and many more. Interact with the playful Humboldt penguins as they swim and socialise together.
Time and Tide Museum - tells the story of Great Yarmouth from its Ice Age origins to the present day. Located in the old Victorian herring curing works. Discover the town's rich maritime heritage and its development as a popular seaside resort. See inside the homes of a local fisherman and his neighbours.