Things to do in and around Sheringham

Take a steam train ride from  Sheringham to Weybourne or Holt, on the North Norfolk Railway.

Visit the Thursford Collection steam engines, mechanical organs and fairground rides.

Play golf at Sheringham, Royal Cromer or West Runton Golf Clubs.

Swim, or just have fun on the water slide or in the waves at The Splash Leisure Centre.

Relax on Sheringham's Blue flag beaches or swim in the sea.

Watch a play, film or the professional Summer Rep at Sheringham Little Theatre. 

Visit The Mo "Place of People and Boats" which documents Sheringham's fishing heritage and houses a number of former Sheringham lifeboats. 

Visit the National Trust properties at Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall.

Visit Sandringham House and grounds, the County retreat of H.M. The Queen.

Visit the Georgian market town of Holt for the ultimate shopping experience or the beautiful Cathedral City of Norwich.

Visit the Muckleburgh Collection to see its unique collection of weapons of war - including working tanks.


Visit Sheringham lifeboat house and view the R.N.L.I. Atlantic 85.

Walk the coastal footpath west towards Weybourne or east to Cromer.

Enjoy the delights of Sheringham Park, owned by the National Trust.

See the mighty Shire horses at the Hillside  Shire Horse Sanctuary at West Runton.

Take a trip to see the seals on Blakeney Point.

Visit the nature reserve at Cley-next-the-Sea.

Alternatively explore the Norfolk broads.