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The definition of an English seaside resort, Great Yarmouth has enticing golden sands in front of a cheerful beachside dubbed the Golden Mile.
The resort is endearingly old-fashioned in its Victorian piers, miniature village and amusement parks with vintage wooden roller coasters.
For nature, the Norfolk Broads are on Great Yarmouth’s western shoulder, and you can plan days trips to nature reserves, or set off on a blissful voyage up the River Bure.
Let’s explore the best things to do in Great Yarmouth: There are 15 miles of generous sandy beach at Great Yarmouth.
Children can play with Elizabethan-style toys, and if you check the website there’s a calendar of special days when actors in costume talk about the realities of life in the Tudor, Civil War or Victorian periods.
Admiral Horatio Nelson was a Norfolk native, and this genteel Georgian townhouse on South Quay has hundreds of exhibits dealing with one of Britain’s military heroes.
The quayside on the River Yare has museums in its old merchant’s houses, and the Time and Tide Museum is in a repurposed herring curing works.
In the resort this is all enhanced by facilities like deck chair hire, access ramps for the disabled, shops, cafes and ice cream vendors.
When the sun goes down on Wednesdays in summer there’s a fireworks display, and if the weather caves you’ll have no shortage of attractions at your fingertips on the piers and Golden Mile behind.
The third largest museum in the county, the Time and Tide Museum is housed in a preserved Victorian herring curing works.
This attraction investigates Great Yarmouth’s history from the Stone Age on, with special attention to its fishing and maritime activity.