At Norfolk’s northwest corner, where The Wash meets the North Sea, Holme’s stunning sandy beach and rolling dunes are superbly located to attract migrating birds.
Holme Dunes also holds a variety of important habitats which support numerous wildlife species including natterjack toads, butterflies and dragonflies, as well as a large number of interesting plants. Various military remains from the Second World War can be glimpsed around the reserve, including the remnants of a target railway used to train artillery.
For information about our dogs policy at Holme, please visit our website.
From the car park it is possible to access the Norfolk Coast Path via a hardened path. The coastal path which runs adjacent to the reserve has some sections of easy access boardwalk. The reserve also has some sections of boardwalk/hardened paths leading to one accessible hide.
There are no specific disabled car parking bays but a rough surface leads to the centre and a ramp to the entrance and patio area. The unisex toilets are wheelchair accessible but are only available when the centre is open.
Book advanced car-parking via our website.
Members and children
£4.50 (with Gift Aid) Standard Price: £4
Beach car park:
Day ticket £5
Peak season day ticket (July to August) £10
Open daily throughout the year between 10am-5pm.Please check our website for seasonal and visitor centre opening times.
- Accessible toilets
- Wheelchair accessible