Location: Upper Sheringham (entrance off junction on A148 east of Bodham)
Postcode: NR26 8TL Grid Ref: TG139410
Famously designed by Humphrey Repton and renowned for its vast collection of rhododendrons and azaleas. A surprisingly hilly site for Norfolk being located on the Cromer Ridge with glorious views appearing out between the trees. For those able to a climb to the top of the towers to experience panoramic views of this beautiful landscape, the North Norfolk coast and maybe a steam train passing along the Poppy line. 1000 acres of varying habitat including woodland, parkland and cliff top to explore that provides a wide range of wildlife, plants, birds and butterflies. Range of events and activities for all ages.
Public transport: Sanders bus service route at passes entrance; further options if entering site from Sheringham where there is a rail terminus for the Bittern line out of Norwich and the Poppy Line heritage railway that runs to Holt with a stop at Weybourne Station.
Cycling or walking: Nearby Norfolk Coast Cycleway to the south, Norfolk Coast Path route between Weybourne and Sheringham has path direct up through the park. Cycling is allowed on some trails.
Accessibility: Waymarked walking routes include accessible routes; wheelchair and powered wheelchair hire. Full accessibility information available from information desk and on National Trust website.
Parking: Charge for non-National Trust members. Free charging point for electric vehicles
Toilets: Modern eco at visitor centre
Refreshments: On site café provides light refreshments
Information and interpretation: Visitor centre has variety of information including exhibition(s) about the park; some information boards around the park, education facilities and events
Dogs: Well behaved allowed most areas, on leads around visitor facilities and where cattle grazing
Cost: Parking charge for non-National Trust members
Opening times: Parkland open all year, visitor centre and cafe seasonal opening times