Lowestoft can make a great day out for all the family and is near to the park. Lowestoft has a good variety of attractions.
East Anglia Transport Museum - is a Heritage Transport museum which includes buses, cars, vans, trams, trolleybuses, a narrow gauge railway. You can also enjoy as many rides as you wish on vintage buses, trams, trolleybuses and narrow gauge railway all included in the entry price. Also grab a bite to eat in the cafe, well stocked shop and free car parking.
Pleasurewood Hills - has over 35 rides, shows and attractions there is something for all the family to enjoy. A Zone with fun rides suitable for children around one metre tall. Also more thrilling rides including Wipeout – the region’s most extreme roller coaster, the Jolly Roger, Fireball and the much loved Cannonball Express.
Lowestoft Harbour - was originally a fishing village until the early 1800s now a modern harbour with a variety of boats of all sizes.
South Pier - is an all encompassing family entertainment complex. Including a bar, restaurant, and gift shop and food outlets. As well as the latest gaming machines, video games and bowling.
Royal Naval Patrol Service Association Museum - and office are open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9.30am until 12.30pm. Dedicated to the 66,000 men who served in the Royal Naval Patrol Service of which 14,500 were killed including 2,385 whos bodies were never recovered and are commemorated on our memorial in Belle Vue Park.
Africa Alive! - come along and see the sights and sounds of Africa. See animals from the African continent such as lions, giraffes, rhinos, meerkats, hunting dogs and many more animals. The spectacular centrepiece of Africa Alive is the “Plains of Africa” - a perfect place to spot 5 species of African savannah animals, including graceful giraffe and heavyweight rhinos. During the summer months, there is even the chance to get up close to these magnificent creatures on the “Plains of Africa” experience.
The Marina Theatre - is a theatre and cinema in Lowestoft, Suffolk, originally opened in the Victorian era. With 800 seats it can host most of the west end productions, including , touring drama and musical productions, opera, ballet, music, dance and celebrity concerts as well as operating a successful cinema operations.