The Green Hunstanton Live Webcam

Enjoy a birds-eye view across The Green in the heart of Hunstanton, home to the statue of Henry le Strange, medieval stone cross remains, bandstand and town sign.

The Green is also the perfect spot to experience one of Hunstanton’s stunning sunsets.


  • Annie 6 days ago
    Motor home parking by the Green now for several days? More to follow?

  • David 10 days ago
    Good to see ‘‘Hamon’‘ getting a wash and brush up this morning.!!!!

  • Eric 13 days ago
    very lovely webcam

  • Rosie 15 days ago
    Well done to the litter pickers this morning, that, was a big job, you are worth your weight in, gold .thank you

  • Rick 15 days ago
    Can someone remind me what that odd yellow thing in the sky is? I have vague recollections. Enjoy everyone :)

  • Ade 15 days ago
    Looking absolutely beautiful… need to go abroad with placed like this in the UK

  • Helen 17 days ago

  • Steve 17 days ago
    yes I remember those boats and as a child went on them many times. Also I can remember a small zoo underneath the arcade. It was only there for 2/3 years.

  • Rosie 17 days ago
    Wouldn’t it be great to get a pier back again. It can be done, and lm sure it would very well used, there was a small roundabout with sailing boats and they were in water, l thought it was magical

  • Steve 17 days ago
    I worked on the pier during the summer 1972. Mr Harris was my boss . His son Norman who looked like he was in his 50’s really ran everything. I was on the toll and every morning I would walk along the pier to make sure there was no litter and I would always take a moment at the end of the pier and take in the vista. On a sunny day when the sea was calm it felt very special standing there by myself. If only it was possible now. Should they rebuild it, Yes, but the council should take a look a Southwolds and take in any mistakes they made.

  • Steve 17 days ago
    Sorry I did not make myself clear, by 1972 she no longer had her stall. She most likely retired.

  • Marie 18 days ago
    Thank you for the update, Steve. I didn’t know that she passed away such a long time ago.

  • Steve 18 days ago
    Yes Marie she is long gone. She was older than my Mother and she would be 102 years old. I worked on the toll on the pier in 1972 and I know she had already gone by then.

  • Adie 18 days ago
    Glad to see another web cam in Sunny Hunny is online, love watching the web cams from Mansfield..... it's like you can be there when you can't be there if that makes sense lol

  • Adie 18 days ago
    There goes the Wash Monster on the 30 mins cliff tour……can almost hear it’s engine and it’s horn blowing

  • Marie 19 days ago
    Steve – I expect that lady is long gone. She always seemed to be there and was always cheerful. Rick – I watched that when it was first uploaded to YouTube. It is one of the best videos I have ever seen on YT.

  • Jaybee 19 days ago
    John – just watched the short film. Great. Thanks for the information.

  • Rosie 19 days ago
    Its a good little film john ,it rings those memories flooding back .it is good that hunstanto hasn’t been spoilt like many other seaside towns, but it would be lovely to gave a pier again,

  • Rick 19 days ago
    I would recommend watching ‘Ghost Train, Kings Lynn to Hunstanton’ on youtube for anyone interested. It was only added a few months back but absolutely worth a watch.

  • The boy dick 19 days ago
    I think hunstanton needs more indoor attractions for families on holiday when the weather is cold and wet anybody agree

  • Steve 19 days ago
    The lady who took the weight, height and vitality came from Lincolnshire for the summer season. My mother would have a long chat with her every year as I nagged her for a go for 6d.

  • John 20 days ago
    For those that don’t know, the little film “John Betjeman goes by train: Kings Lynn to Hunstanton” is an interesting watch. Filmed in 1962, it ends with views of the old station.

  • Steve 20 days ago
    I can just remember steam trains coming into Hunstanton. Followed by class 31´s and 37´s. But more so I remember the DMU´s as My mother often took me on the train to Lynn and I would try and sit behind the driver. I can still at 63 years old see in my head all the controls and every bend and stations on that line to Lynn.

  • Marie 20 days ago
    Rick – we should start a campaign to reinstate the pier! Boy dick – yes Cambridge to Hunstanton straight through. Rosie – the compartments were amazing. What a shame there is nothing like it now. Does anyone recall before the new breakers were put on the beach? The beach was much lower and ladders were there to be able to get down onto the sand. At Heacham the beach was 6ft or more lower than it is now. What about the lady on the seafront near to where the KitKat used to be. She had a wooden turquoise kiosk and would check your height, weight and vitality for 6d. Gosh I am old! LOL

  • Rosie 20 days ago
    Yes i do, the train had a corridor and compartments to sit in. The excitement when we pulled into hunstanton was huge and it was just a short walk across to the beach for a day filled with sea , sand sunshine and warm sandwiches, finished with an ice cream, bliss

  • Boy dick 20 days ago
    I remember the railway station it was quite a big station and very busy you could catch a train in Cambridge to hunstanton with out changing trains. Also can anyone remember South lynn railway station in King’s Lynn you could get a train to all most any where in Norfolk from there

  • Rick 20 days ago
    Alas I am too young to remember either Marie but I have always felt thats the one thing missing from Hunstanton, a pier. I am in the area every few weeks (not today for obvious reasons haha) and I think a pier would be the icing on the cake. Have a great day everyone

  • Marie 20 days ago
    Does anyone remember the railway station where Azams is now? What a shame that the pier was never rebuilt. Cherished memories . . .

  • Ros 20 days ago
    Sorry people , lts just what l was told about the hotel. Sometimes people don’t get there facts straight. Good day to you all.

  • Stephen 20 days ago
    Miles away from the sea in Leicester but great to see the bin men happy in their work and waving at the camera early on a Sunday morning!

  • Darren 21 days ago
    Just saw Ros comment about the hotel. It is definitely open as I know the manager and my partner works there

  • Pam 21 days ago
    ……..& you have to pay to park in the hotel’s car park

  • Pam 21 days ago
    The Golden Lion is very much open.

  • Steve 21 days ago
    Many the time during the early 60`s do I remember sitting on those steps with my mother eating a bag of chips while we waited for my dad to come out of the Golden Lion where he worked.

  • Ros 21 days ago
    I think parking is free at the hotel , the hotel is shut, l’m told . Was there this morning gave you all a wave.

  • Corinne 22 days ago
    can someone tell me theres any good disabled toilets with handrails in this area and where, and do you need a radar key please,? as im not been here since being in a chair now,thankyou

  • Pam 22 days ago
    The statue is of Henry Le Strange, not Hamon

  • Brian 23 days ago
    Parking is free and it`s not Hotel parking. Still very hard for people to walk on path to new seat and the lovely Hamon Le Strange statue.

  • Tracy 24 days ago
    Wendy I think the cars you see pixelated are parked in the hotel car park

  • Wendy 24 days ago
    Is parking near the green permit only

  • Kay 25 days ago
    Great to check out Hunstanton and the weather in real time for planning trips..

  • colin 29 days ago
    Been to Hunstanton every year 1971 to 2018 with my caravan to serals I’m now 83 year’s old so my holidays days have come to a end, but its lovely to see the old place on the computer keep the good work up thanks

  • Tracey 29 days ago
    Just saw my mum, Rita, and our friend Maureen on the Green, from Redlands, California !!

  • suzanne 29 days ago
    Love this view wish there was some sound hear seagulls and chattering etc

  • Brian 29 days ago
    Be Nice if there was no parking in front of the path to new seat and hamon le strange.

  • Lyndsey 1 month ago
    Thank you so much for setting this up. It’s brilliant for those who can no longer visit, for whatever reason. More cams please!!

  • burnel 1 month ago
    At last Hunston ahead of the game!! all web cams excellent

  • sid 1 month ago
    nice to see another web cam up and running well done to everyone involved :) keeps me going till im there again

  • Dan 1 month ago
    Hunny is certainly leading the way with it’s webcams. Shame all coastal towns are not keeping up. Southwold, Aldeburgh? Nah, stick with good old Hunstanton. I check in every day, especially before a visit from home near Ely.

  • Wendy 1 month ago
    It’s lovely to see Sunny Hunny while sitting at home waiting for our holiday there in 4 weeks. Sunny Hunny is my piece of heaven. Can’t wait to see the sunsets.

  • Helen 1 month ago
    great to see this webcam. would be good to have a closer view of the bandstand . can not wait to have my holiday there soon.

  • Richard 1 month ago
    Really great webcam! . . . maybe a slightly higher angle to crop out the cars in the foreground a little would be better then also saving the need for the pixels?

  • Sam B 1 month ago
    Love it! Can’t wait to visit in 1.5 weeks!

  • Jayne 1 month ago
    Love it

  • Caroline 1 month ago
    Love it

  • Simon 1 month ago
    Wonderful, thank you. A little more sky (and less parking) would make it absolutely PERFECT for weather watching, but this is going to be so useful.

  • Alison 1 month ago
    New camera is great! Thank you for adding it.

  • Martin 1 month ago
    Brilliant. Be nice to see the sunsets when we are not ther.

  • Pam 1 month ago
    Pleased this latest webcam is now live. Another great view

  • Robert baldwin 1 month ago
    Love it

  • RICHARD 1 month ago
    It would be a much better view if the aircraft hanger (amusement acarde) was not there

  • Gort 1 month ago
    Hardly think Le Strange “built” Hunstanton, but thanks for the cam.

  • Admin 1 month ago
    Hi Micheal, the bottom of the image has been pixelated on purpose to obscure the number plates.

  • Susan Rowell 1 month ago
    This is brilliant news enabling me to see more of my favourite place.

  • michael ball 1 month ago
    Cars infront of golden lion pixelated is reception poor on this web cam all other webcams working brilliantly

  • Carol 1 month ago
    Amazing, thank you so much for this, what a great view of a fab little seaside town

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    Thank you for letting me know, can it be repaired at all, l can remember the steps being there a long time ago. I am really loving this new camera, the views are amazing and help to make you feel part of something again. Thank you so much

  • Admin 1 month ago
    Hi Rosie, that’s the remains of a medieval stone cross that Henry le Strange moved from Old Hunstanton when he first built Hunstanton.

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    It isn’t very clear but was there something on top of the steps thats been broken.

  • Admin 1 month ago
    Hi Darren, the camera is located on the Town Hall which is next door to the Golden Lion.

  • Darren 1 month ago
    Is that on the Golden Lion Hotel?

  • Ron 1 month ago
    Well worth the wait welcome to “hunny”

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    Thank you rick its good to know these things , you are kind to take the time to let us all know , l am really loving all these webcams and sunny hunny looks so good even on a dull day

  • Lynn 1 month ago
    Wow this one is brilliant!!! Can’t wait for that fabulous sun to peep through bringing all the lovely customers to Hunny… I love people watching !!!

  • Jo 1 month ago
    I love the fourth webcam brilliant idea. Xxx

  • Debra Goddard 1 month ago
    I so love this , thank you

  • Rob 1 month ago
    Brilliant view once again. Thank you!

  • Rick 1 month ago
    Rosie the statue is Henry Styleman Le Strange, investor and primary creator of Hunstanton as a seaside resort. He invested heavily in the area in the mid 1800’s, including the railway line but unfortunately passed away aged 47 before he got to see the thriving success Hunstanton would become.

  • Ann 1 month ago
    Love the Fourth Webcam x

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    Who is statue commemorating please,

  • Rob 1 month ago
    Brilliant view once again. Thank you!

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    Oh my, that was sure worth waiting for, you have really got it right well done you l will enjoy watching yet another lovely sunny hunny sight thank you

  • Helen 1 month ago
    Agree with you tony let's see the Hunstanton band up and running again very soon. Helen, West Midlands

  • Tony 1 month ago
    Will it be a static camera or perhaps move to different views? It would be great to see the bandstand and not just the newish games arcade (pier?)

  • Janet 1 month ago
    Hope this is up and running soon. The other 3 are brilliant. Thank you.

  • Rosie 2 months ago
    Please start this camera it will be so good to get another scene from sunny hunny

  • Tim 2 months ago
    Can’t wait for this cam to go live

  • Rosie 3 months ago
    When will this long awaited webcam be ready please

  • Rosie 4 months ago
    I cant wait to get another view of sunny hunny,its a treat to look at when you are housebound, it brings back lots of memories, thank you to all concerned for bringing these sites to us
Hunstanton Town Sign
Hunstanton Bandstand on The Green
Hunstanton Soapbox Derby on The Green
Sunset Over The Green in Hunstanton

Soapbox Derby image supplied by Ian Burt

The Green, Hunstanton

Overlooking the sea, The Green in Hunstanton faces west making it a popular spot with visitors to enjoy fish and chips while watching one of Hunstanton’s famous sunsets.

Its natural theatre auditorium effect means The Green hosts many events throughout the year, including in the past the BBC Radio 1 Roadshows during the 1980s and 1990s.

The lower green is the site of the former pier which was destroyed in 1978 during heavy storms, while the bandstand next door is the stage for many performances by musicians and other key events.

Standing proud on the upper green is the statue of Henry le Strange who is credited to building Hunstanton into the Victorian seaside resort it is today. His original carrstone buildings are still in use including the grade II listed Golden Lion Hotel, built in 1846.

Hunstanton Town Hall

The Town Hall is a magnificent grade II listed building, built by George Skipper in 1896, that sits at the very top of The Green.

Home to Hunstanton Town Council, the Town Hall is available to hire for events such as exhibitions and fairs, meetings, seminars, birthday parties, christenings and funeral wakes. The chamber is licensed for civil wedding ceremonies and the main hall can accommodate up to 200 guests (standing). Facilities include a professional grade kitchen, bar and stage.

Hunstanton’s Town Council consists of 17 elected councillors that are responsible for a number of local issues such as allotments, bus shelters, community centres, help for local organisations as well as consultation on neighbourhood planning.

    Hunstanton Town Hall
    Hunstanton Town Hall