• John Oyston

Sheringham Park

Take a stroll around Sheringham Park to see why it became the personal favourite of its designer, Humphrey Repton. Climb to the top of the viewing towers for views of the North Norfolk coastline. Sheringham Park is an ideal starting point for a long walk or leisurely stroll or can be combined with a visit to other attractions around Sheringham, Cromer and the North Norfolk Coast. Dogs are welcome and mobility scooters are available for hire.

Sheringham Park is a National Trust property, just off the A148 Holt Road, a few miles inland from Sheringham.

The National Trust owns many important attractions. Across the UK, the Trust runs historic houses, ancient castles, stunning gardens, glorious countryside and beautiful coastlines.

Regular visitors can make substantial savings by buying an annual membership, offering unlimited access to National Trust properties for 12 months.

The current membership rate for England Wales and Northern Ireland is £72 for an individual and £120 for a couple, this can be spread over 12 equal instalments . *

The National Trust in Scotland is a separate organisation; there is a reciprocal membership agreement allowing English members access to Scottish properties and vice versa.

* Prices correct at 9 April 2021

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