Explore Great Yarmouth seaside town which is only a short drive from Corton Coastal Village. You could be your young self again.
Sea Life Centre Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre will introduce you to many beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. Prepare for astonishing close views of everything from humble starfish to mighty sharks and giant sea turtles, all in displays which carefully recreate their natural habitats.
Great Yarmouth Racecourse
Great Yarmouth Racecourse boasts a racing calendar of over 23 race meetings a year, primarily in the summer when the town is full of tourists and sun-seekers. A flat track, galloping in nature and best suited to long-striding horses, it is shaped like a narrow oblong approximately one mile and five furlongs in length, each long straight measuring about five furlongs. It is left-handed and has an extension chute to allow straight races of up to a mile to be run here.
Pavilion Theatre Gorleston
Unique Edwardian seaside Theatre in Gorleston near Great Yarmouth. Open all year round showing plays, musicals, pantomimes and more.
When it comes to sport which is fast & furious, Yarmouth Stadium is the place to be. Located at Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, the stadium has developed over the years into a major venue. Come and see stock car or banger racing on most Sunday evenings. Also a range of events including hot rod and stock car to banger racing.
Grosvenor Casino Great Yarmouth offers a unique leisure experience in the setting of the historic Shadingfield Lodge, a grade II listed Victorian building once frequented by royalty. The casino boasts an a la carte restaurant, late-night bar and a comprehensive gaming package, with numerous Roulette (including electronic terminals), Blackjack & Poker tables, plus popular Slot machines. Free parking for our customers and are open from 12pm till 6am, 7 days a week.
The Venetian Waterways
Venetian Waterways are the Ornamental Gardens and Boating Lake. Located just north of Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile, the Waterways have been a popular visitor attraction for generations, enjoyed by local residents and tourists alike. A haven to wildlife, including duck and heron, the park is great for exploring and learning at the same time. Great for a walk around the find winding canals snaking their way through the site crossed by bridges, which allow you to leisurely wander around the interlinking walkways and islands. These areas are perfect for a leisurely afternoon taking in the views of the gardens and ornamental features, whilst enjoying a picnic.