Much more than a stately home
- Sandringham House
The Royal residence
Home of BBC Springwatch
(multi award-winning attraction)
- Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve
A million voices for nature
- Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path
- Snettisham Park
A country park for all seasons,
activities for all ages
- Town House Museum of Lynn Life
- The Butterfly & Wildlife Park
- Bircham Windmill
- Searles Sea Tours Hunstanton
Hunstanton is a traditional Victorian seaside resort famous for its candy striped cliffs, tall carrstone houses, colourful gardens and fabulous sunsets. Here are just a few of the possibilities available within the locality:
- Modern day Hunstanton offers windsurfing, sailing or kite-boarding, the town is known as one of the busiest windsurfing centres in the UK.
- The long distance Peddars Way and Norfolk Coastal Path are both in the vicinity. For bird-watchers and nature lovers there are nature reserves at Titchwell and Snettisham. For those with an interest in History, the Royal Estate of Sandringham is just round the coast road and inland you will find the birthplace of Admiral Lord Nelson.
- Hunstanton has its own Princess Theatre that hosts an all year round programme of events including Summer Season shows and a traditional Christmas Pantomime. There is Crazy Golf, seasonal funfair, ten pin bowling, bowls, indoor swimming pool, donkey rides on the beach and a Sea Life Sanctuary plus lots more.
- For those wishing to take a leisurely trip round the coast the “Coast Hopper” Bus can be boarded nearby. Buses run several times daily from Hunstanton round to Sheringham during the summer months with a reduced timetable in the rest of the season.
- The historic medieval port of Kings Lynn with its many museums and visitor attractions is only 15 miles away, for golfers there are golf courses at Hunstanton and nearby Brancaster. The town of Hunstanton has a good range of shops, cafes, and restaurants. Hunstanton has many attractions catering for all tastes and ages.
See also: Eating Out in Hunstanton