Sheringham makes a delightful seaside break. The small town bustles all year round. The sand and pebble beaches are backed by impressive cliffs.
The town promenade has amusements and there are plenty of craft shops , tea rooms and eateries to explore.
Sheringham's Local Attractions
Named after one of East Anglia's most famous resident birds, the Bittern line extends 30 miles, connecting the fine city of Norwich with the quaint, old north Norfolk coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham. Along the way, the line passes through the beautiful scenery of the Norfolk Broads and provides easy access to the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty via Cromer and Sheringham.
The Mo looks to Sheringham's past, present and future. The museum is at the heart of its community, cherishing its past, run and cared for today by local people and planning for a bright future.
The North Norfolk Railway "Poppy Line" offers a 10.5 mile round trip by steam train (vintage diesel trains on some journeys) through a delightful area of North Norfolk designated as being of outstanding natural beauty.