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Holiday Parks in Great Yarmouth
A family favourite holiday destination, Great Yarmouth in Norfolk has been the location of choice for families wanting an enjoyable UK seaside holiday for generations and with the huge amount of things to do, the immaculate beach and attractions you would expect to see in any popular British seaside resort. With so many fantastic holiday parks in Great Yarmouth to choose from, you can expect to find the perfect place to stay, too!
Why Caravan Hire in Great Yarmouth?
Bursting with attractions for tourists of all ages to enjoy, it’s no wonder tourists return to the seaside resort year after year. Erected in 1901, the Britannia Pier is an unmissable attraction, offering holiday-makers a fun-filled day with rides such as the Dodgems, Ghost Train Cups & Saucers, arcades and a casino. The fun continues into the night for the over-18s with various acts performing at the bars and nightclubs. Shops and cafes close to the sea give a welcome break from the sandy beach and splashing in the sea and when you need to get out of the sun for a bit. Sea Life Great Yarmouth is popular with both locals and tourists keen to take a peek at a large number of sea life creatures, including sharks, crocodiles and starfish.
In 2021, Great Yarmouth became the latest location for the infamous Banksy to leave his mark - you can see his dancing couple above a bus stop on Admiralty Road. Fancy seeing the seaside town from above? The town now has its very own Yarmouth Eye, which operates during the high season. It is 50 metres high and gives users amazing views of the town. The seaside town is full of history, and you can find out more about it at the Time & Tide Museum, which has galleries exploring the town’s unique history and how it became a thriving port and popular holiday destination.
Places to Visit During Caravan Holidays in Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth is in a great location if you’re wanting to explore other parts of this area of England. If you like to soak up some history on your caravan holiday in Great Yarmouth, then why not take an hour’s drive to Castle Acre, which dates back to 1090. Visitors to the site can enjoy exhibitions, displays and an audio tour. When you’ve finished, head into Swaffham a ten minute drive away and enjoy a wander around this charming market town. Other castles in the area include Norwich Castle, Castle Rising and Thetford Castle. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a 15 minute drive from the centre of Great Yarmouth and is a wheelchair friendly site home to rare animals such as Sumatran Tigers, Red Panda and Snow Leopards. Visitors can enjoy some treats from the Cockatoo Cafe - which includes vegan and gluten-free options - play areas and a gift shop. Booking online makes prices slightly cheaper.