You can enjoy Great Yarmouth after the sun goes down with an abundance of casinos, bars, restaurants and nightclubs providing the perfect contrast between day and night.
Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft
Step back in time with a visit to one of Suffolk’s best-preserved stately homes and gardens, situated in the heart of the Broads National Park. Brimming with timeless history and elegance, you can experience romance and grandeur in the opulent surroundings by taking a tour around the Hall’s interiors and its bordering walled gardens.
Take advantage of homemade tea and cake in the Kitchen Garden Café and gaze upon the 5,000 acres that make up the terraces, enjoy a pint or two of real ale in the estate’s own pub, The Duke’s Head or even attempt to unravel the mysteries of the finest yew hedge maze in Britain. But beware--first planted way back in 1846, many have said it takes longer than expected!
National Trust at Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Great Yarmouth
Get up close and personal with some of the most exotic animals the world has to offer at Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens. Perfect for all-weather days, you can explore the parks using a unique network of walk ways and delight in discovering tigers, monkeys, leopards and so much more. Take part in feed & talk times for the animals or head into the swamp & reptile houses to test your courage in the face of crocodiles.
With a dedicated onsite café and gift shop, family play area and landscaped gardens to enjoy, there’s fun for all the family.