When holidaying near the beach with children or spending your days at Belle Aire Hemsby, there will no doubt be days when swimming and building sandcastles just won’t cut it anymore. On those days, the little ones need something new and brimming with adventure. To help, we’ve rounded up the best theme parks in Hemsby so you can always find something new and exciting to do.
Welcome to BeWILDerwood Norfolk! A place for magical wonderment for both kids and adults too! Home to the book series, ‘A Boggle at BeWILDerwood’, this is the place to acquaint yourself with Swampy and his friends. Roam across The Broken Bridge, magical treehouses, zip down Wobbly Wires, and navigate the Sky and Muddle Mazes. There are also Slippery Slopes slides, boat rides on the Scaaaary Lake, den building and other fun activities. Hear a tale from the Storytelling Stage, or immerse in arts & crafts at the craft tent. These delights and much more will keep your family entertained the entire day at BeWILDerwood.
Animals, attractions and live entertainment – what more could you ask for? Get up close with creatures of the furry kind, including raccoons, lemurs, alpacas, meerkats and miniature horses. Daily shows and talks feature a ‘Who’s Who at the Zoo’. There are rides for children of all ages, such as the cup and saucer and the flying elephant ride. Visit the fun factory with ball pools or explore Robin Hood’s adventure playground – a great place to let the imagination run free!
This family-owned children’s fun park is brimming with nostalgia for parents while offering children hours of fun. Joyland was opened in 1949 by Horace Cole and has remained a family business ever since. There’s a roller coaster, ghost train, Captain Major Orbit ride, alongside world-famous Snails and the unique Tyrolean Tubs. There’s also an American Diner for milkshakes and other treats. This theme park is packed to the rafters with entertainment while maintaining the air of a bygone era to keep the family engaged for hours.
The Pleasure Beach contains both high-octane rides and traditional attractions on the seafront. Entry is free, while rides are paid for by token or wristband purchased at the main reception or machines in the park.
The Pleasure Beach is so popular that it’s rated in the top 10 of all leisure parks in the entire UK and boasts in excess of 1.4 million visitors a year, so get down and see what all the fuss is about.
This theme park is enormous and set over 50 acres with heaps of rides and attractions for both thrillseekers and those more relaxed, so families with younger children won’t miss out. There are animal shows and attractions, boat rides, adventure rides, bumper cars, and even treasure hunting on their very own Pirate Ship. Have a look at the Pleasurewood website for more details and to plan your visit.