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Day Out In Norfolk

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

Sumatran Tiger

We have a pair of critically endangered Sumatran Tigers. Our male is called Kubu and the female is called Dua.This tiger subspecies is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Fewer than 400 Sumatran tigers exist today. In 1978, experts estimated the population of Sumatran tigers at 1,000.

Pleasure Beach

2021 SEASON PASSES NOW AVAILABLE

The Pleasure Beach is now closed for the winter season.We would like to thank everyone who visited us this season.We are next open in March 2021 and will announce dates and update the booking system in due course.

For all enquiries please telephone us on 01493 844585 or email us at admin@pleasure-beach.co.uk

The Hippodrome Circus

Summer Spectacular

Each Summer we have our legendary “SUMMER SPECTACULAR CIRCUS & WATER SHOW” This is Great Britain’s longest running summer season and features a the worlds greatest circus acts alongside hilarious hosts Jack Jay and Johnny Mac. It also features the world famous WATER SPECTACULAR where the entire ring sinks to reveal a gigantic swimming pool. This is an original 1903 feature that cannot be seen anywhere else.

Merrivale Gardens

Village Highlights

Come visit our award-winning landscaped gardens, streams, waterfalls and discover the miniature wonders of Merrivale! Many generations have enjoyed days out at Merrivale Model Village over the last half-century and we would love to see you too!

SEALIFE CENTRE

A Great Day Out

  • MEET OUR HUMBOLDT PENGUINS
    Interact with our playful Humboldt Penguins as they swim and socialise together
  • JELLY INVADERS
    Go on a journey into the fascinating world of jellyfish. Be mesmerised by enchanting jellyfish as they dance around, where multi-coloured lights emphasise their beauty and create a uniquely stunning experience!
  • OCEAN TUNNEL
    Our amazing tropical ocean display and tunnel holds 250,000 litres of natural seawater where you can see our largest inhabitants
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