Once a fishing village, Sheringham is now a traditional seaside town with a Blue Flag family-friendly beach. Find many shops selling local produce, cafes and tearooms. Why not take a trip of the heritage steam railway?
Amble through the town center and along the high street to access Sheringham seafront. There are concrete slopes leading down to the beach and promenade lined with colourful beach huts.
When the tide is out Sheringham boasts a large sandy beach. Large boulders placed as part of the areas sea defenses line the seafront, so at high tide you will only find a shingle beach. There are showers and W/C’s making it a great stop for families, just be aware that it can be difficult to access the beach with a buggy or pram due to the shingle.
Dog friendly outside of summer months. Lifeguarded from July – September.
Sheringham is a traditional seaside town and a bustling hive of activity with plenty to do for the whole family. Stroll along the high street and you will pass a multitude of independent shops, cafes, tearooms, amusements and ice cream parlors. The town also has a theatre and museum.
All year round there is a market held on Saturdays and also on Wednesdays between April and November.
Every year visitors flock to the town for a weeklong carnival filled with events and activities. There are competitions, beach sports, live music and a parade, just to name a few. Sheringham carnival 2019 takes place 3rd August to 11th August.
North Norfolk Heritage Railway
The North Norfolk railway (also known as the Poppy Line) offers a 10.5 mile round trip through an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. It’s a chance to take a trip on a historic steam train and explore some fantastic towns on the way.
The railways headquarters are based in Sheringham where you will also find a childrens activities coach and souvenir shop.