New bus service makes getting to Felbrigg Hall easier, greener and cheaper


A new bus service, introduced on Tuesday 2nd April 2024, has opened up a new link to Felbrigg Hall (National Trust) from Cromer and Sheringham.

Sanders Coaches service 15, which launched on Tuesday 2nd April, operates in both directions between Cromer and Sheringham serving the grounds of Felbrigg Hall. The 15 timetable is combined with weekly services 16, 17, 19 and 20 to offer a convenient, environmentally friendly way to access the attraction.

Visitors who go by bus will benefit from 20% off their admission ticket and 10% off in the on-site café. Not only this, passengers will gain a unique viewpoint of the Hall and grounds as the bus weaves its way through the park.

Ella Akinlade, General Manager for Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate, said: "I’m delighted that for the first time there will be a bus route connecting Felbrigg Hall to Cromer and Sheringham. We’re always striving to respond to climate change and this is a giant step forward in our adaptation journey. Improving car-free access to our estate for people travelling from nearby seaside destinations, as well as those based in rural towns and villages in between, will be transformative, allowing visitors to enjoy the beauty of the house, gardens and estate in a more climate-friendly way."

The service is operated by a fully wheelchair accessible, low floor minibus which has an ultra-clean Euro6 emission rated engine.

All bus fares remain capped at just £2 for the rest of 2024 and concessionary bus passes are accepted onboard the bus.

Bus times:

From Sheringham to Felbrigg Hall: 0915, 1300, 1418 and 1512
From Cromer to Felbrigg Hall: 0950 and 1338

From Felbrigg Hall to Sheringham: 1004 and 1352
From Felbrigg Hall to Cromer: 0936, 1322, 1440 and 1537

You can find out more about visiting Felbrigg Hall here.

These services have been funded by Norfolk County Council via the Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) and the UK Government.