Plan your day at Sheringham Park's visitor centre
We want you to make the most of your day at Sheringham Park, so whether you’re here for the first time or you’re a regular visitor, do pop into the visitor reception in the shop to have a chat to our friendly staff and volunteers to find out what’s going on and what to look out for.
Saturday: 8:45am - 4pm
Sunday: 11am - 4pm
We are also open between 27-31 December: 11am - 4pm (8.45am - 4pm on Saturday)
If you’re wondering how far it is to the coast, how to get to the gazebo viewing tower, or which of the 80 species of rhododendron and azalea are in flower, we will be able to help answer your questions and point you in the right direction. You can also pick up a map which highlights four main walking routes through the estate and down to the sea, and our shop sells local OS maps and walking guides if you're looking for a longer hike.
We welcome dogs with a bowl of water and a biscuit – and will be happy to talk to you about where they can walk off the lead, as long as they’re under close control. Find out more about visiting with your four legged friend here.
In the barn you’ll discover an exhibition which gives an overview of the history of the park, which was designed by Humphry Repton and is seen as the most complete, best preserved, example of his landscape design work.
Thinking about membership?
Got a question about becoming a National Trust member? Or looking to renew your membership or change your details? We're happy to help. If you join on arrival, your membership starts straight away and gives you free parking here and the following benefits:
- Free entry to over 500 special places
- Free parking at most National Trust car parks
- National Trust Handbook full of ideas to help you plan your visits
- National Trust Magazine sent to you three times a year
- Regular newsletters sent straight to your inbox
" I’ve been volunteering here for nearly 10 years and I really enjoy talking to people when they visit. The park is lovely all year round, but I like it best when it’s busy during the half term breaks and holidays when we run creative activities for the children – the people bring the park to life! "