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Sheringham Park

Visitor Centre
Wood Farm
Upper Sheringham
NR28 8TL

Sheringham Park was designed in 1812 by Humphry Repton, the great landscape designer. Repton himself said it is "my most favourite work". There is space for the family to roam with waymarked walks all year round and lots to explore. There are viewing towers with spectacular views of coast and countryside - one is built on the site of a Napoleonic lookout.

There are many species of trees and shrubs including 15 kinds of Magnolia, Maples, Oak, Sweet Chestnut, Beech, Pieris, Snowdrop Tree, Pocket Handkerchief Tree and Scots Pine. Meadow grasses and wildflowers can be spotted on walks and in May and June there is a magnificent display of rhododendron.

General Information:

  • Tea-room
  • Access for disabled visitors
  • Wheelchair/electric runaround available
  • Dogs on lead

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  • Directions

    2 ml SW Sheringham. Access for cars off A148 (signposted).

    Sheringham Park Postcode for SatNav: NR28 8TL


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