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A picturesque broadland village lining the banks of the River Bure,
with plenty of waterside homes and other facilities.
The peaceful Norfolk Broads lie mostly to the north, east and south east of the cathedral city of Norwich, with thirty calm, shallow lakes fringed with reeds, alder or willow. They are interlinked by a series of rivers and man-made dyes to form around 200 miles of navigable waterways in serene countryside. Due to the unique nature of the area, the Norfolk Broads and its slow-moving rivers and silent marshes make for an exquisite place to explore our native wildlife and catch migrating birds that visit the area on route as a respite from their mammoth journey south.
From adrenalin-fuelled white-knuckle thrill rides and coasters like Enigma,
Fireball and Thunder Struck to white-water family favourites that are
guaranteed to ‘cool you off’ including Timber Falls and the Wave Breaker.
There’s even a great selection of fun rides for the smallest of adventurers.
Be sure to explore the heart of the park – ‘Main Street’ and it’s unique,
interactive maritime theme!
Wroxham Barns is the ‘must visit’ for all the family – whatever your age.
For stylish clothes, gifts for home and garden, Uncle Stuart’s Brewery,
Bill LeGrice Roses & Plant Centre, Junior Farm, Children’s Funfair,
12 Craft Studios and award winning restaurant, it’s well worth a visit.
BeWILDerwood is an award winning wild and imaginative adventure park
with magical treehouses and a hint of intriguing characters, bringing a
curious difference to the Norfolk Broads.
“Discover the unique countryside of Britain’s Magical Waterland with
Broadland Cycle Hire at the Norfolk Broads Cycling Centre……”
The Broads is the ideal setting for angling and home to a large range of
fish species, including bream, eel, pike, rudd and tench. The coarse fishing season runs from June to March and all you need to fish in the Broads is a current Environment Agency
licence, available from post offices. You can fish from the bank, hire a day boat or
use fishing platforms, some of which are wheelchair accessible.
Deciding what to do, where to go and what to see when exploring the Norfolk Broads National Park can be difficult, as there is so much to experience. We tend to talk in Days Out, so for instance, there are Family Days Out designed for the whole family to experience and enjoy, Sports Days Out and Extreme Days Out for those who enjoy the thrills of doing something different and the adrenalin rush that goes with it. For those more inclined to less energetic activities, they will enjoy the Cultural and Heritage Days Out followed by sampling the large number of great pubs, coffee shops, tea rooms and restaurants, always a wonderful experience. Once refreshed and revitalised, the Shopping Days Out are next on the list. Of course for those that enjoy the water, then Boating Days Out is the one, perhaps for a trip on a large passenger tour boat or time spent on the river in a Day Boat is the way to go and after a day out experiencing a whole host of things, then there is always a night out and a flutter in the casinos.
Love the broads is the Visitor Giving Scheme for the Broads National Park. It aims to inspire people to care for the environment through making a small donation at key tourism sites, through their accommodation provider, or by giving money directly. If every visitor to the Broads National Park gave just £1 we could raise £7 million each year for projects to protect the Broads in the future.