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Berney Arms Windmill is located at Berney Arms alongside the River Yare at the south-western end of Breydon Water in the English county of Norfolk
With a fantastic range of rides, some superb shows and a convenient location, Pleasurewood Hills offer everything for a great group day out in Suffolk. Located just off the A12 between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills has all-age appeal. For the dare devils there are white-knuckle rides but there's also plenty to do for those with more peaceful pursuits in mind and with three shows included in the entrance price, it also offers great value. Pleasurewood Hills is best known as a family theme park set in an attractive large woodland setting.
Caldecott Hall is a popular venue with a range of good facilities which offer a pleasant day out to members and visitors. As well as the 18 hole golf course, there's an interesting par three course which demands the use of a range of clubs. The golf course is configured as two loops of nine holes eminating from the clubhouse and is inviting with views from the first tee over much of the opening nine holes which is set on undulating land. The clubhouse is converted 18th century Grade II listed barn and has adjoining changing rooms with oak lockers. The resident professional is on hand for individual or group tuition whilst the Pro Shop is competitively equipped for all your needs.
Don’t miss this wonderful indoor family entertainment inside the magnificent Victorian glass Winter Garden, next to the Wellington Pier. Open daily till Late with free shows, beer garden and children’s adventure play area for under 12, this venue is one of the most appreciated leisure venue in town.
This award-winning museum opened in 2004 is located in a Grade II Victorian herring-curing factory. The museum provides a 2-3 hour visit and tells Great Yarmouth’s fascinating story from prehistoric times to the present day. Its displays include fishing, wreck and rescue, seaside holidays, port and trade, the World Wars and brings to life the herring curing industry and the lives of the people who worked there. The Museum is a finalist in the European Museum of the Year Award 2006.
Location:Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth. Tel:01493 743930
In a extraordinary early medieval building with dungeons and gaols, discover what happened to smugglers, witches, pirates and murderers in Great Yarmouth and find out the fate of thieves when the usual punishment was transportation or execution.
Location:Tolhouse Street, Great Yarmouth. Tel:01493 858900
A unique group of buildings nestled against the 700 year old Town Wall. The full working pottery is housed within the building which has primarily been constructed from flotsam that has been washed up on local beaches. The Herring Smoking Museum is set in a 300 year old Curing Works and is crammed full of memorabilia of the days when Yarmouth had a huge fishing fleet. Inside, you can still smell the aroma of the old wood smoke.
Location:18-19 Trinity Place, Great Yarmouth. Tel. 01493 850585
The museum celebrates the life and times of Horatio Nelson, England’s famous hero. Explore Nelson’s career, from his Norfolk childhood through his famous battles to his tragic, heroic death. Avoid the rats in the Below Decks experience, a recreation of Nelson’s flagship and prepare for the boom of cannon fire!
Location:A five minute walk from the town centre, the museum is situated on the South Quay in Great Yarmouth’s historic heritage area. Tel. 01493 850585