Follow our BLUE PLAQUE Heritage trail — great fun for all the family.
The trail, initiated in 1991 by the Sheringham Society and Museum Trust follows some 36 sites along the way (not all marked with a blue plaque).
This trail takes in the history of Sheringham, including the lifeboats, boat building, the Coastguards, the railway, grand hotels and large houses occupied by prominent people of the Edwardian era, schools and churches. Sheringham’s oldest buildings, long since disappeared, were St Nicholas Chapel, which was medieval, and a paper mill (18th and 19th century) powered by water from two mill ponds.
The guides describing the trails are available from The Fisherman’s Lifeboat Museum for £1.