Boat launching station. Sheringham, with its population of around 7500 people, was once comprised of Upper and Lower Sheringham, with the latter involved in the fishing industry.
Station Road. Trailing down from the train station, a stopping point on the North Norfolk Railway, the road into the town centre houses many independent shops.
Clock Tower. Located in the centre of the town, the tower once supplied water to its residents and it is believed to have been the site of the town's stocks and pillory.
Little Theatre. The theatre is a source of entertainment for locals and houses many art galleries and theatrical productions throughout the year, including the annual Christmas pantomime.
Seafront. The seafront is fully protected by large concrete sea defences - a response to the wooden defences that were damaged in the storm surge of 1953.
Oddfellows Hall. The original Lifeboat station was opened as the hall in October 2007 and it is used for a range of communal activities.