The Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is a historic amusement park located in the seaside resort town of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, on the English east coast. The park first opened in 1909 and has been operating ever since. The largest and most popular ride at the park is the wooden Roller Coaster which was built there in 1932.
Discover the amazing underwater world and an awesome array of creatures with a visit to SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth. An opportunity to see the creatures that inhabit our seas and oceans as well as get a hands-on experience.
Booking a game of ten-pin bowling is a great way to enjoy time with family and friends, as well as bring out your competitive side. If you are heading to Great Yarmouth, then be sure to check out Wellington Bowl and entertainment centre for some of the best bowling alleys, grab a drink and snack as well as enjoy some of the latest multi player games.
The Hippodrome Circus and Water Summer Spectacular is Great Britain’s longest-running summer season and features the world’s greatest circus acts, comedy duo Jack Jay and Johnny Mac. As well as the world-famous water spectacular where the ring sinks to reveal a gigantic swimming pool – an original feature since 1903, that cannot be seen anywhere else.
The new Rock Pool Explorer experience at Great Yarmouth, allows visitors to see underwater creatures up close and learn about how they live and interact with their surroundings. From beautiful bright Anemones that flow with the tides, to a
Jelly Invaders takes you on a journey into the fascinating world of jellyfish! Be mesmerised by enchanting jellyfish as they dance around, where multi-coloured lights emphasise their beauty and create a uniquely stunning experience!
When it comes to seaside adventures on the northeast coast, there’s few to rival good ol’Great Yarmouth. A little calmer, and slightly more collected, than other nearby seaside towns, such as Skegness and Scarborough, Great Yarmouth is a fab choice of ‘staycation’ for families with small children.
A visit to Horsey Gap to see the Horsey Seals, what better way to blow away the final cobwebs of the year. Wellies and waterproofs at the ready for a walk along the sand dunes and muddy puddles to jump in.
Returning to our roots today with an impromptu trip to the seaside. It was time to take embrace life and find ourselves an adventure. Heading down the pontoon between the sand dunes to discover the sea waiting for us, along with views over to Scroby Sands and the wind farm. The sun shone, the wind blew and the waves crashed. But we giggled, we tickled the sand and we danced through the breaking waters. ⠀
Bring on the adventures!