Great Yarmouth Sea Fonnt and Norfolk Broads Nature Attractions
In the Norfolk area near Great Yarmouth you will find many nature parks and attractions based around nature, especially on the Norfolk Broads river ways. Fritton Lake Park near Yarmouth is an excellent example; you can hire a pedal or rowing boat for a spectacular tour of the lake that is set in acres of picturesque woodland. With everything going on at Fritton Park, it can be hard to catch your breath and really observe the scenery. The area of Norfolk and Great Yarmouth has the most amazing sights and it can take your breath away at times. With the miles of rolling sand dunes and hills, stretches of river waterways as far as you can see, and the most soft, enchanting skies, surely it will feel like a dream - a dream come true.
However, if you find the weather uncooperative for lying on the beach, do not fret. During those days where the weather is less than sunny, there's still much to see and do in Yarmouth. The wonderful feature of Great Yarmouth is although it may be a seaside spot, there are numerous indoor attractions and amusements so you can never get bored. On the sea front beach road you will find Amazonia which is worth a visit to educate yourself about some of the coolest reptiles and animals on the planet. Or you could make some discoveries about the magnificent fish and other organisms that live in our local waters by visiting the Yarmouth Sea Life Centre. The Sea Life Centre located on Marine Parade has various demonstrations throughout the day and even has a shark tank. Or take a journey back in time to a bygone age by visiting Yesterday's World, a relatively new attraction at Great Yarmouth. This interesting museum attraction offers a view into the past with displays such as an amazing fairground carousel, Queen Victoria, Frankenstein, Wheelwrights and much more to keep the family amused. Even with all of the new, contemporary additions to this romantic vacation spot that is Yarmouth, Yesterday's World offers an amazing insight into a piece of history.
The peaceful haven of Great Yarmouth used to have one of the busiest fishing ports and the locals are still full of many affectionate and exciting stories about the fishing fleets of the past. Unfortunately now there is only the odd commercial fishing boat left in Yarmouth's port due to the decline in fishing throughout the area. Another piece of Yarmouth's history and fame is due to Anna Sewell, who was born in the quaint town of Yarmouth. Now we know where she got the inspiration to write the best seller, classic book "Black Beauty".
With all of the history and the modern attractions of Yarmouth in Norfolk, it is definitely no question that Great Yarmouth would make the perfect holiday and give you precious family memories to last you a life time.