By Road: The nearest car park for St. George’s is the 208 space car park off King Street, free of charge after 4pm.
The park is covered by CCTV for public security – and free of charge after 4pm! 214 car parking spaces.
From Norwich on the A47: go straight over the Vauxhall roundabout and turn right at the next roundabout onto North Quay. Carry on straight ahead, and at the traffic lights get into the left hand lane. The road forks in front of the Town Hall, follow the left fork, then turn immediately right along Greyfriar’s Road to the left of the Town Hall. Take the next left into King Street car park.
From the south on the A47 (previously the A12) and A143 Western Bypass: Head over the Breydon Bridge and take the third exit at the roundabout onto Acle New Road. Go straight ahead at the next roundabout. Bear to the right and under the Market Gates and past the Troll Cart Weatherspoons Pub. At the Traffic lights turn right past St. George’s Theatre on your left. Turn Right down Yarmouth way and First right down Tower Hill to the King Street Car Park.
King Street Car Park is a pay and display car park until 4pm. It is free to park after 4pm. Once parked, face Pegotty’s and walk up one of the well lit Rows to either side of this well known pub. At the end of the Row, turn right onto King Street. St. George’s Theatre is located at the junction of Yarmouth Way with King Street.
By foot: St George’s is a huge central Great Yarmouth landmark. From the seafront, walk up Trafalgar Road past St. George’s Park on your right. St. George’s Theatre is at the top of the park. From the Market Place, walk past Palmers, WHSmith and Clarks onto King Street. Carry on along King Street for about 5 minutes, St. George’s is at the junction of Yarmouth Way with King Street.
By Rail: Great Yarmouth station is approximately 1.5 miles from St. George’s. On leaving the station go over the pedestrian bridge to the left. Walk along North Quay heading south onto South Quay, passing the Town Hall on your left. Cross left into Yarmouth Way at the pedestrian crossing just past Row 111 and Greyfriar’s Cloisters. Walk along Yarmouth Way, St. George’s is at the junction of Yarmouth Way with King Street.