Hemsby is a beautiful seaside resort situated on the east coast of England. The Hemsby and Great Yarmouth region of East Anglia is a particularly beautiful part of England with magnificent golden beaches, superb scenery and picturesque villages. The main seaside resort of Great Yarmouth with it's non-stop entertainment is only 6 miles down the road, a comfortable 10 minute journey by car or regular bus service. Hemsby is a pleasant village with a wide range of attractions and interests for the enjoyment of visitors, including:
Amusements, Bingo, Mini Funfair, Restaurant / Take-Aways, Public Houses, Craft, gift and souvenir shops, Swimming Pool, Evening family entertainment.
Places to visit
New Pleasurewood Hills has over 40 rides, shows and attractions set in 50 acres of lovely parkland. You'll have all the space you need for a really good day out. Old favorites and exciting new introductions are an unbeatable combination. Families of all ages are catered for, as are young teens and adults. Change the pace through the day, mix thrills with shows, take a train ride or enjoy a break with a choice of drinks and delicious food.
Greater Yarmouth Directory
Great Yarmouth is also the ideal destination for coach trips, day trips, long weekends, boating holidays and relaxing short breaks ï¿½ and even a great place for conference venues, offering special rates for group bookings and with the delights of Broadland, the Norfolk countryside, Lowestoft and the Suffolk coast all close by.
Pleasure Beach Fair
Greater Yarmouth Funfair big and small rides for all ages. Open Easter week and weekends until end of May then daily 9th September, weekends until 20th October, then daily until 28th October.
Zoo just outside Norwich click on the link for directions and opening times.
Bure Valley Railway
The Bure Valley Railway is fast becoming one of England's premier narrow gauge railways, offering a service second to none to the enthusiast, traveler and tourist in all seasons of the year. Our steam and diesel trains pass through scenery, which is as varied, interesting and beautiful as any to be found on a railway journey in England. The two main stations are at Aylsham and Wroxham, with three small ones in between.
The Village Experience is a 30-acre woodland attraction full of fun and games for everyone. Working steam, fairground rides, live shows, shops and crafts, lunches snacks and teas, bygones and memorabiliaï¿½. The list is endless. Make sure you leave enough time. The Village Experience, Gt Yarmouth. Open from April 8th to October 28th. 10am 'til 5pm.
North Norfolk Railways
The North Norfolk Railway 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. To the south are wooded hills and the Norfolk beauty spots of Kelling Heath and Sheringham Park.
Norfolk Shire Horses
Situated at the edge of the beautiful Norfolk Broads and a pebble's throw away from the idyllic North Norfolk coast, Alby Crafts has been established for almost twenty five years. During that time it has been home to around fifty resident craftspeople.
Norfolk Lavender welcomes many thousands of visitors through its gates every year. Young and old, everyone discovers something here to enjoy. OPENING TIMES: 10am until 5pm every day of the year except 25/26th December and 1st January.
This unique tourist and leisure attraction has provided family entertainment for many years and is set amongst acres of woodland in Norfolk's scenic countryside. The adventure begins at the Dinosaur Trail which houses one of the largest collections of the prehistoric giants such as the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Brachiosaurus. Visitors will also get a taste of ice ages along the Neanderthal Walk and may also meet Dippy the Dinosaur our friendly park mascot.