Hemsby dates back to Viking times. Today it is chiefly known for sandy beaches, ideal for a family day out. It used to have railway line – the Midland and Great Northern, known to the locals as the Muddle and Go Nowhere – but this closed in 1959.
To do: the sandy beaches are the greatest attraction and there are also many traditional seaside amusement arcades and cafes.
Parking at Hemsby:
Pay and display parking is available next to the beach.
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