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Visit Sheringham Park car-free
It’s quite easy to reach Sheringham Park car-free.
From Sheringham station you can catch a bus or steam train to the entrance in about 10 minutes. Or, take a leisurely walk for about 45 minutes.
Buses run a few times per day from Sheringham train station (5-10 mins), Holt (10 mins) and Fakenham (65 mins).
There’s a steam train to Weybourne from Sheringham (10 mins) and Holt (10 mins) and regular scenic buses to Weybourne village.
There are scenic direct trains to Sheringham from Cromer (10 mins) and Norwich (60 mins).
There are scenic direct buses to Sheringham from: Cromer (15 mins) and Wells-next-the-Sea (50 mins) and also Aylsham (40 mins).
Check our recommended route for step-by-step directions and use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.
10% discount in Sheringham Park’s café, available to visitors arriving by train, bus, bike and on foot. Plus save £6.50 on car parking (if not a member).
Cyclists welcome. You can reach Sheringham Park on scenic cycle paths. The Norfolk Coast Cycleway passes nearby. The park is also on the 39-mile Cromer roamer route and the Rebellion Way. There are bike racks by the toilet block. Enjoy 10% off in the cafe when you arrive by bike. Plan your cycle route here.
Bittern Line walks shows you how to reach Upper Sheringham from Sheringham train station. From there either use the side entrance at Park Road or continue down Lodge Hill to the main entrance, either route is about 45 minutes.
The Norfolk Coast Path includes a short circular walk beside Sheringham Park.
If you’re travelling by train in a group of 3 or more you can save 34% with GroupSave.
About Sheringham Park
Wander through Sheringham Park and you'll discover why it became the personal favourite of its designer, Humphry Repton, the last great English landscape designer of the eighteenth century.
Famous for its vast collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, climb to the top of two viewing towers and a 100ft Gazebo to experience breathtaking views of seasonal colour, the North Norfolk coast and maybe a steam train puffing along.
Spend a day here visiting the Repton exhibition and exploring 1000 acres of varying habitat including woodland, parkland and cliff top. Picnickers are welcome and families can enjoy buggy-friendly paths, den building and bug spotting areas. Look out for more wildlife with 3 species of deer alongside a wide variety of birds and butterflies.
For any queries about visiting contact Sheringham Park on 01263820550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TL. Visit Website