Ludham, Great Yarmouth, NR29 5PG | Website
The How Hill Trust is the renowned educational charity offering residential and day courses for children and adults in the Norfolk Broads National Park.
Rainbows End Holiday Park is the perfect base for a peaceful and relaxing family holiday. The chalets are set in acres of beautiful grassland, providing the perfect spot for kite flying, a game of rounders or cricket, and of course picnics! A short walk takes you to the private access onto a gloriously sandy beach.
For those seeking to explore the area, a short drive away you will find the naturally beautiful Norfolk Broads, where you can hire a boat to discover hidden waterways, and maybe moor up at one of the riverside pubs to enjoy a spot of lunch. The lively little town of Wroxham is home to the famous Roys of Wroxham stores, along with cafes, pubs and restaurants.
The fascinating and fantastical Bewilderwood is a firm favourite with every member of the family, with their woodland adventure park, treehouses, zip wires, café and entertainment. The boat trip amongst the Crocklebogs, Twiggles and Boggles is an experience in itself!
The seaside towns of Great Yarmouth, Cromer and Sheringham, and the historic city of Norwich, with its two cathedrals, cobbled streets, magnificent castle and abundance of shops, restaurants and nightlife, are all easily accessible from Rainbows End.
Please note park facilities are generally closed towards the end of October until the following March and are subject to park operation and discretion. 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for any disruption which is under park control.
Wi-Fi* is available for an additional charge
Horning Rd, Hoveton, Norwich, NR12 8JW | Website
Home to the book series, ‘A Boggle at BeWILDerwood’, this award-winning forest adventure encourages parents to play alongside their children. Just because you’re grown doesn’t mean you should miss out on the magic! With an excess of fun to be had, first acquaint yourself with Swampy and his friends – the adventurous dwellers of the forest, brought brilliantly to life.
The Pleasure Beach, South Beach Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3EH | Website
Situated at the South End of Great Yarmouth’s famous Golden Mile, Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is a nine-acre, free entry amusement park where customers have the option to pay-per-ride through purchasing ride tokens or to purchase an all-day wristband which entitles the bearer to unlimited rides for the remainder of that day.
Yarmouth Stadium, Yarmouth Road, Caister, Gt Yarmouth. Norfolk. NR30 5TE | Website
Among the most popular events are Greyhound racing three times a week. Extra meetings for annual Derby Festival in September and in December.
From racing on 4 legs to 4 wheels, the stadium also hosts, in conjunction with Spedeworth International, Motor Racing. Throughout the year the stadium stages a variety of events ranging from Hot Rod racing to Banger racing.