Caister Point, Norfolk

Caister Point tide times



February 2024

Caister Point tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri23
02:060.6m
14:161.0m
08:062.3m
19:532.4m
Sat24
02:430.6m
14:461.0m
08:382.3m
20:242.5m
Sun25
03:160.5m
15:120.9m
09:082.3m
20:552.5m
Mon26
03:470.5m
15:370.8m
09:342.3m
21:272.5m
Tue27
04:160.5m
16:030.8m
10:012.3m
22:002.5m
Wed28
04:440.6m
16:320.8m
10:292.2m
22:342.5m
Thu29
05:120.7m
17:040.9m
11:002.2m
23:072.4m


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Things to see and do near Caister Point

If you're planning a visit to Caister Point, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit Caister Castle — Caister Castle is a 15th-century moated castle located just outside Caister Point. It is a Grade I listed building, and visitors can explore the ruins, gardens and grounds.
  • Explore the Coast — The Norfolk coastline is full of stunning views and natural beauty. From Caister Point, visitors can take a walk along the beach and admire the stunning scenery, take a boat trip to see the local wildlife, or simply relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
  • Visit the Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach — Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is one of the UK's most popular amusement parks, located just a few minutes from Caister Point. It has a wide range of rides, games, and attractions for all ages.
  • Visit Great Yarmouth Historic Town — Great Yarmouth is a historic town with plenty of attractions, such as the Sea Life Centre, a Victorian pier and the Britannia Pier Theatre. There is also a wide range of shops, restaurants and cafes to explore.
  • Take a Boat Trip — Boat trips are a great way to explore the Norfolk coastline. From Caister Point, visitors can take a boat trip along the Norfolk Broads or out to sea to explore the local wildlife.
  • Visit the Horsey Windpump — The Horsey Windpump is a Grade II listed building located just outside Caister Point. It is a unique example of a 19th-century windpump, and visitors can explore the grounds and take in the stunning views.
  • Go Bird Watching — Bird watching is a popular activity in Norfolk, and there are plenty of great spots near Caister Point. There are a number of hides dotted around the area, where visitors can spot a variety of birds.
  • Visit the Muckleburgh Military Collection — The Muckleburgh Military Collection is a museum dedicated to the British Armed Forces, located just outside Caister Point. It is home to a variety of military vehicles, equipment and artefacts.
  • Visit the Norfolk Motor Museum — The Norfolk Motor Museum is a great place to explore the history of the motor car. It is home to a collection of over 200 cars, from classic models to modern sports cars.
  • Explore the Norfolk Broads — The Norfolk Broads are a network of waterways located in the county of Norfolk. From Caister Point, visitors can take a boat trip along the broads and explore the stunning scenery and wildlife.
  • Visit the Bure Valley Railway — The Bure Valley Railway is a 15-mile steam railway located just outside Caister Point. Visitors can take a ride on a steam train, explore the museum, and take in the stunning views of the Norfolk countryside.
  • Visit the Sea Life Centre — The Sea Life Centre is located in Great Yarmouth, just a few minutes away from Caister Point. It is home to a wide range of marine animals, from sharks to seahorses, and visitors can learn about the creatures that inhabit the local waters.
  • Visit the Time and Tide Museum — The Time and Tide Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk coast. It is home to a collection of artefacts and displays that explore the culture and industry of the area.
  • Visit the Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens — The Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a wildlife park located just outside Caister Point. It is home to a variety of animals, from tigers to monkeys, and visitors can explore the gardens and take in the stunning views.
  • Visit the Norfolk Wildlife Trust Sites — The Norfolk Wildlife Trust manages a number of nature reserves in the area, including Hickling Broad, Cley Marshes, and Strumpshaw Fen. Visitors can explore the reserves and take in the stunning scenery and wildlife.

There are many things to see and do near Caister Point. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!