A. Waterways, NR30 4EW

B. St. George's Theatre, NR31 2PG

C. The Drill House, NR31 2LZ

D. Great Yarmouth Library, NR30 2SH

E. Market Place

F. Great Yarmouth Minister, NR30 1NE

G. Skippings Art Gallery, NR30 2PQ



H. Time and Tide, NR30 3BX

I. Nelson Museum, NR30 2RG

J. Elizabethan House, NR30 2QH

K. Great Yarmouth Row Houses, NR30 2RG

L. Tollhouse Museum, NR30 2SQ

M. Lydia Eva Fishing Boat - opposite Town Hall


P. Car Parks


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St. George's Theatre Trust currently manages the theatre, plaza and the cafe bar all located on central King Street. There is a small team that keeps the theatre running all year round. It is also home to an army of volunteers who give up their time to work front of house, behind the bar and backstage. Every penny that the theatre makes goes back into the…
Home to SeaChange Arts since February 2012, the Drill House is located in the heart of Great Yarmouth’s emerging cultural quarter. The Grade II listed building was built in 1867 and is the former home of the 2nd Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment.
Great Yarmouth Community Library, Great Yarmouth, offers a fantastic range of facilities to residents and visitors from books, to hire of DVD's and console games, use of a large suite of internet accessible computers, cafe and art gallery.
The Great Yarmouth covered market is open 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday, with a wide range of fresh produce stalls, including takeaway food and famous Great Yarmouth chips as well as clothes, plants and household goods.
St Nicholas' Church and Priory was founded by Herbert de Losinga (Bishop of Norwich) in 1101 as a penance for an act of simony. It is the largest parish church in the country and arguably the oldest building in Great Yarmouth. The church now houses a free heritage exhibition showing its role in the history of Yarmouth.
Skippings Gallery is the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian house in the centre of Great Yarmouth. The building belongs to the Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust, who lovingly restored it. I will be running the Gallery from August 2016 onwards.
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