About Great Yarmouth Railway Station
Great Yarmouth Railway Station serves the seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, and is one of two termini for the Wherry Lines in the east of England. It was opened in 1844 as Yarmouth Vauxhall Station by the Yarmouth and Norwich Railway, and is now managed by Abellio Greater Anglia.
Take a load off in Great Yarmouth
Aside from its famous status as one of the best beach resorts in East Anglia, Great Yarmouth has an intriguing maritime history, and plenty of seaside entertainment to enjoy. From the historic intrigue of the Heritage Quarter and Nelson Museum to the family fun of the SEALIFE Centre and Pleasure Beach to its wonderful array of pubs, bars and restaurants, Great Yarmouth has countless great memories waiting to be made!
Prepare to be amazed at The Hippodrome Circus
The Hippodrome Circus, marked by the towers of its iconic interior, is the only surviving circus building in the UK, built in 1903 by the influential circus showman George Gilbert. Over the 20th century, this permanent arena has played host to a huge range of performers, and to this day hosts such spectacles as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Moscow State Circus, BBC's Question Time, and countless eclectic musical acts.
Planning a trip to Great Yarmouth Railway Station? Travelodge Great Yarmouth Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Great Yarmouth Acle Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.