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Family fun attractions in Great Yarmouth

Relax and enjoy the places of interest in Great Yarmouth – it’s packed with a huge range of attractions, things to see and do as well as places to go whatever the weather.

The Pleasure Beach in Great Yarmouth itself is one of Britain’s top tourist attractions, effortlessly combining modern high-tech rides with all the fun of the fair. At Merrivale Model Village see town and country in miniature in an acre of landscaped gardens with a railway running through.

Merrival Great Yarmouth

Image courtesy of Greater Yarmouth Tourism Board and David Street

Enjoy Great Yarmouth attractions; play crazy golf, have a go at pitch and putt, or back the winner at the horse or greyhound tracks. Let off steam on the beach, have a donkey ride or go to see the seals.

Take the kids to Joyland, a fun theme park for younger children or jump in the car to see leopards and tigers at Thrigby Wildlife Gardens or perhaps visit some less scary animals at Pettitts!

Great Yarmouth has some truly great things to see – get up close and personal with sharks at the Sea Life Centre, go back in time at Time & Tide or explore the remains of shipwrecks at The Potteries.

Sea Life Centre Great Yarmouth

Image courtesy of Great Yarmouth Tourism Board and David Street

Visit Yarmouth attractions like the seafront Marina Centre for a dip in the tropical pool or go ten pin bowling on Wellington Pier overlooking the waves or down Regent Road.

Come rain or shine, there’s attractions in Great Yarmouth for everyone.

Do you fancy winning a holiday to Great Yarmouth?

If you would like to see for yourself the delights of Great Yarmouth, why not enter the fabulous competition Greater Yarmouth Tourism are offering, a 7 night holiday staying at Haven Seashore for up to eight people during 2016, with many attraction passes included. To find out more head on over to Lucy’s Madhouse.

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