The New Whats On Guide to Great Yarmouth 2024 Launched

A What’s On guide showcasing the plethora of attractions, beaches, events, food and cultural experiences available in Great Yarmouth throughout 2024 has been launched.

The comprehensive A5 handbook also contains discount vouchers to help day trippers, holidaymakers and residents plan their days.

The 68-page guide features colourful adverts with each business’s ‘what’s on’ information, the major summer events and dates, attractions, places to eat and a list of all shows and festivals available throughout each month.

It is the first time the What’s On Guide has been produced by Visit Great Yarmouth.

Available in both digital and print, it signposts the top restaurants, the variety of beautiful beaches and how to get the best out of the historical town.

Click here to View a digital Version

Discount vouchers can be accepted on a phone screen or handed in at each attraction, and include money off the Hippodrome Circus, a child free ticket to Aqua Play at the Marina Centre when you have one full paying adult, savings when you book online at The Pleasure beach and up to £6 off per person at the Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre.

Visit Great Yarmouth Chairman Lyndon Bevan said “It is one of a kind and our What’s On Guide brings together everything our visitors need to know in one handy book so they can plan and enjoy their day trip or holiday to the full.”

Asa Morrison, Chief Executive of Visit Great Yarmouth said he wanted every family to take advantage of the offers and use the guide as a ‘go to’ document for everything they need to know.

“There isn’t anywhere else where you can ride an historic wooden rollercoaster, enjoy the UK’s only surviving Victorian circus, or stroll around Venetian-style waterways. All of these wonderful experiences and attractions and so much more make Great Yarmouth a unique destination.”

Designed by Gorleston-based creative communications business TMS Media and published by Visit Great Yarmouth, the What’s On Guide features a map of the town and details how to access Visit Great Yarmouth’s new short break and accommodation guide.