Happisburgh is a historic village on the north-east coast of Norfolk. Pronounced “Haze-bruh”, and spelt ‘Hapesburg’ in the Domesday Book, the name means ‘Haep’s Town’. Despite much publicity about Happisburgh and coastal erosion, the village has an exciting long term future.
Thanks to the North Norfolk Pathfinder Project, Happisburgh has an award winning Car Park with toilets, access to the lighthouse and village and to the beach via an earth ramp.
Visit the oldest working light on the Norfolk Coast and the only independently operated lighthouse in the UK.
The lighthouse is open to the public on occasional Sundays and Bank Holidays throughout the summer. Private visits can also be arranged throughout the year for individuals or groups. Read more …