Sheringham Park | Days out with The National Trust


We researched a few National Trust properties before our trip to Norfolk, and the one that kept popping up was Sheringham Park. After a quick google I knew it would be a perfect place to visit, especially as I just love woodland walks in the Autumn.

Located just outside of the seaside town Sheringham, Sheringham Park is a gorgeous estate. Woodland walks, activity trails for little ones and if you walk far enough you’ll come across coastal walks too.

There are a number of walks to choose from, all ranging in difficulty and length. We would have loved to walk down to the coast, but at over 2.5 hours long we knew it wouldn’t have been possible with our two. A perfect excuse to come back and visit though!

We had the pushchair with us, so just decided to walk until we had to turn around - which ended up being not very far, as getting anywhere fast with Parker just doesn’t happen. And the kid's were too excited to explore every few steps.

It was just as much fun regardless though. We jumped in the mud, crunched in the fallen leaves and found and explored nearly every little nook and cranny Parker and Indie found. Parker explored so far at one point he got stuck, and Jack had to go in and rescue him!

We didn’t stay for too long, but it was definitely the perfect place for a morning exploring. As National Trust members we could obviously park for free; making it a fun free day out too. And my two clearly don’t need paid activities; collecting sticks, acorns and throwing leaves was just as much fun for them.

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