Sheringham Park. Open daily. Parking charged.
There is disability parking in the main car park and specially adapted disability toilets are located near to the visitor centre. The park is partly accessible, with a mobility scooter available to hire, but there is some grass and uneven, hard gravel paths. You can, however, ask for a map which will detail an accessible route. The visitors’ centre, which has three wheelchairs for public use, has a level entrance and includes a touch-screen interactive exhibition. Hearing loops, large print version of the maps and leaflets and Braille guides are also available.
Sheringham Park is a National Trust landscape park and gardens which surround the privately-owned Sheringham Hall. Famous for its rhododendrons and azaleas, there is 1,000 acres of woodland, parkland and cliff top to explore. Keep an eye out for the wildlife, including three species of deer and many birds and butterflies.
Visitor Centre, Wood Farm, Upper Sheringham NR26 8TL
Courtyard Café - opening hours vary, please check website or call for times.
The park is open from dawn until dust every day.
Parking is £5 for pay and display.
Just 5 miles west of Cromer and 6 miles east of Holt; the main entrance is located at the junction of the A148/B1157. OS TG 133416
A bus service stops on request at the main entrance. For more details contact the Traveline website or tel: 0870 608 2608.
For information on accessible buses visit the Norfolk County Council website.
Amenities:The Courtyard Café sells snacks and drinks and the shop offers, amongst other mementos, plants for sale.