Things to see & do

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Nature update

Purple Hairstreak can be seen on the top of oak trees from the gazebo.

Swallows are raising young in the courtyard, the vibrant song of the skylark can be heard on the cliff tops and the call of the song thrush is a feature of the woodland.

The wildflower meadow and sensory garden in the Bower are full of colour attracting a wide range of insects. White admiral can be seen along the woodland rides and purple hairstreak has been reported from the top of the gazebo.

More about wildlife at Sheringham.

 

 

 

 

 

Our walks

  • Temple walk - short on length big on views
  • Repton walk - views by Humphry Repton
  • Ramblers route - see a wide variety of wildlife and plants
  • Tree trail - discover many tree species

Parkrun

A 5km fun run open to all abilities and ages, dogs on lead are also welcome. Enjoy stunning coastal views as the course takes you through park, heath and woodland. Every Sat 9am, cafe open from 8.45am.

Why not try Repton's walk

Repton's big reveal as the hall comes into view © Rod Edwards

See the vision created 200 years ago by landscape gardener Humphry Repton.

Woodland and coastal walk

Fantastic views over the North Norfolk coast and over Repton landscape © Rod Edwards

A circular walk from Sheringham Park into Weybourne, coming back into the park along the cliff-top.

Share your photographs with us

A different look for our rhododendrons

Share your special photograph on our Flickr page to enter our monthly competition to be featured on our website. The overall winner up until September 30th will also win a Lumix DMC-TZ70 camera courtesy of our partner Panasonic

Congratulations to our June winner Tim Slater.

 

 

International Garden Photographer of the Year

A winning image from last yearâ¿¿s competition.

This prestigious exhibition will be on display here from June 26th until September 6th in the tranquil surrounding of the Bower garden.

 Enjoy images from all over the world, celebrating the world of plants showing their beauty and astonishing variety.

 

 

 

 

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