Sheringham Park, Norfolk, UKSheringham Park

Humphry Repton, the great landscape designer, designed Sheringham Park in 1812. Repton himself said "it is my most favourite work".  We believe it is Humphrey Repton's Masterpiece.

Open from Dawn until Dusk, every day, there is something here for everyone all year round, with lots to explore and beautiful views in all directions.

Dogs are welcome, but we ask that you clean up behind them to keep our park a pleasant place for all.

The viewing towers give spectacular sights of both the coast and the countryside, one is built one the original site of a Napoleonic lookout.

There is also a Temple in the Park which is truly beautiful.

There is also a magnificent rhododendron collection here, which is best seen in late May, early June, the profusion of colours is a feast for the sight and smell.  The sounds of the wildlife blend with this to make Sheringham Park a truly sensory place to visit.

Disabled access is excellent. 

There are many species of trees and shrubs including 15 kinds of magnolia, maples, oak, sweet chestnut, beech and Scots pine.  Meadow grasses and wildflowers can also be spotted on walks.

Light refreshments are served during the main season and there is ample car parking available (pay and display).

Easter - SeptemberSheringham Park Norfolk UK.

Sheringham Park, Gardener’s Cottage, Sheringham Park, Upper Sheringham, NR26 8TB

Telephone: 01263 823778

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