Hunstanton Amphibious Sea TourLook here for attractions in Hunstanton and surrounding Norfolk - sea life centre, theatre, sea tours, fun fair, leisure centre, bowling, golf, nature reserves and much more!

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Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary, Southern Promenade, Hunstanton, PE36 5BH

Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary

Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary is Norfolk’s only seal sanctuary open to visitors, and is home to over 2,000 creatures, from tiny shrimps to Amazonian piranhas. The state-of-the art marine aquarium takes visitors on an undersea odyssey of close encounters with an astonishing variety of sea creatures in spectacular high-tech displays.

SEA LIFE has a dedicated seal rescue hospital where visitors can see juveniles in the nursery ward, and a spacious outdoor pool with underwater viewing area. Sharks and turtles can be viewed via an underwater walkthrough tunnel.

NEW for 2016 - Rainforest Rangers! A team of friendly rainforest rangers are on hand to let you hold their jungle beasties, including snakes, lizard and giant creepy crawlies.

SEA LIFE

Searles Sea Tours, Central Promenade, Hunstanton

Searles Hunstanton Sea Tours

Searles' amphibious sea tours of the Wash depart from the Central Promenade in Hunstanton between Easter and October. The tours are a unique, fun and educational way of seeing the coastal areas around the Wash from a new perspective. See the Sea Tours website for more information.
 
NEW TOUR: The World’s First Seal Safari on an Amphibious Vehicle: Wizzy the Wash Monster II.

Searles Sea Tours

Alive Oasis Leisure Centre, South Promenade, Hunstanton, PE36 5BD

Hunstanton Oasis Leisure Centre

Warm swimming pools, roller skating, fitness studio, squash, bowling hall and aerobics studio.

Alive Oasis Leisure Centre

Princess Theatre, 13 The Green, Hunstanton, PE36 5AH PPP

Princess Theatre, Hunstanton

The theatre hosts a wide range of entertainment including shows, concerts, films and pantomime. The terrace bar at the front of the theatre is open to the public, and is a great vantage point for watching the famous Hunstanton sunsets.

Princess Theatre

Rainbow Amusement Park (Funfair), Seagate Road, Hunstanton

Hunstanton Funfair

Hunstanton's own seafront funfair with dodgems, waltzers, merry-go-round, roller coaster, ghost train, amusement arcades, stalls, and much more. Open daily from Good Friday.

Rainbow Park

Bowlers Tenpin Bowling, The Green, Hunstanton, PE36 5AH

Eight-lane tenpin bowling alley above the amusement arcade.

Blackbeard's Adventure, Southern Promenade, Hunstanton (next to Sealife Sanctuary)

Adventure golf featuring two nine-hole courses: Aztec and Pirates. Fun for all ages.

Heritage Centre, 15 The Green, Hunstanton (next to the Princess Theatre)

An exhibition illustrating the history of Hunstanton including the town's origins, pier, railway, floods of 1953, fossils from the cliffs, the outdoor swimming pool, the Sandingham Hotel and more. Don't miss the highly entertaining 1962 film John Betjeman Goes by Train - King's Lynn to Hunstanton. The Centre is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 3pm and admission is free.

Heritage Centre

Hunstanton RNLI Lifeboat Station, Sea Lane, Old Hunstanton, PE36 6JN The lifeboat station is at Old Hunstanton and opens its doors to visitors from 9am to 12am on Sundays. The station has a lifeboat and hovercraft. The RNLI shop at the lifeboat station opens in the school summer holidays Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 1pm. In the winter it opens from 10am to 1pm on Sundays. Hunstanton Lifeboat Station

Hunstanton Golf Club, Golf Course Road, Old Hunstanton

Fine example of a British championship links course. Visitors welcome.

Hunstanton Golf Club

Huntanton Prom

The prom runs all the way from the end of the cliffs, past the Sea Life Sanctuary and Oasis Leisure Centre to Heacham. It's perfectly flat and ideal for a gentle walk to enjoy the bracing sea breezes at any time of the year! If you walk the entire length, it's about two miles each way.

Paint Me Ceramics, 22 Westgate, Hunstanton, PE36 5AL

This award-winning attraction lets kids and adults choose an unfired piece of pottery such as a money box, mug, plate, animal and more, paint it and then hand it over to staff. They will then glaze it and fire it in a kiln, ready for you to collect the finished item (or they can post it to you).

Paint Me Ceramics

Norfolk Lavender Centre, Caley Mill, Heacham, PE31 7JE

Lavender and herb gardens, plant centre (many different varieties of lavender for sale), gift shop, tea rooms and children's play area. Free admission & parking. Global warming tip: lavender is a drought-resistant plant!

Norfolk Lavender

Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham

Windmill musueum, bakery, baking shop, gift shop, tea rooms gallery. Open from Easter to end of September. 8 miles from Hunstanton.

Bircham Windmill

Castle Rising, PE31 6AH

12th century castle with many rooms in near-perfect condition and massive earthworks. Car park and picnic area. On A149, 10 miles from Hunstanton.

Castle Rising

RSPB Snettisham Nature Reserve & Bird Sanctuary

The Snettisham Nature Reserve & Bird Sanctuary is open at all times and car parking is free. 4 miles west of Hunstanton.

RSPB Snettisham

RSPB Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve & Bird Sanctuary

The Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve & Bird Sanctuary is 5 miles east of Hunstanton off the A149. Visitor centre and shop open all year except 25-6 December. Nature trails and hides. Free entry to reserve, car parking charge for non-RSPB members.

RSPB Titchwell

Sandringham

Country retreat of HRH The Queen and Prince Phillip. Visitor centre, house, museum and gardens open between April and October. 8 miles from Hunstanton.

Sandringham Estate

Snettisham Park, Snettisham

Countryside park renowned for red deer herd. Deer safari, discovery trail, horse & pony rides, tea room visitor centre, shops and adventure playground.

Snettisham Park