Organisations and businesses are working to help as many people as possible experience the special magic of the Broads, with wheelchair accessible boats available, visitor attractions with facilities to help people with visual or hearing impairments and boardwalks suitable for wheelchair users. Read the Easier Access Guide for more details. You can also contact the Broads Information Centres at Hoveton, How Hill and Whitlingham Visitor Centre. All are wheelchair accessible (although limited at Toad Hole Cottage) and all have an induction loop.
If you have a visual impairment and would like to receive the Broadcaster visitor magazine on CD please contact us.
Please be aware that facilities at places listed below vary considerably and may not have the particular facilities you require. For instance only some boat trips are wheelchair accessible, others are included here because they have a hearing amplification system available. Please check the listings for details. You may also find it helpful to contact the places you plan to visit in advance to check that they have everything you need.
Leman House is a Grade 1 listed building, the museum houses a range of exhibits relating to Beccles, its surrounding villages and countryside, their industries, social life, health care and wildlife.http://www.becclesmuseum.org.uk
Burgh Castle Fort: Imposing stone walls, with added towers for catapults, of a Roman 3rd century 'Saxon Shore' fort. Panoramic views over Breydon Water, which the fourth wall collapsed into a long time ago.
Burgh Castle Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Caister Castle Car collection near Caister Great Yarmouth, probably the largest private collection of motor vehicles in Great Britain
Caister Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Crafts with a Difference unusual gifts for you, your home or garden. Many of which are handmade. If you are looking for something a little bit different, then Crafts with a Difference in the village of Hemsby is the place to visit.
01986 892 102
Take a trip back in time at East Anglia's premier working transport museum, where the past comes to life! Travel as often as you like on preserved historic vehicles or take a trip on the Narrow Gauge Railway.http://www.eatm.org.uk
Swing music from the 1940s & 50s featuring songs by Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Michael Buble and classic sounds from the Glen Miller era.
School Road South Walsham Norfolk
This triathlon is the longest distance race of the hugely popular Fritton Lake Triathlon Festival Weekend. A triathlon with as much enjoyment as challenging routes.
Church Lane Fritton Norfolk
Great Yarmouth Minster was founded in 1101 by Herbert de Losinga (Bishop of Norwich), as a penance for an act of simony. It is the largest parish church in the country and arguably the oldest building in Great Yarmouth.http://www.stnicholas-gy.org.uk
Great Yarmouth's North Beach is a glorious sandy beach to the north of the seafront. Wide sand dunes, perfect for dog walking at any time of year, leading to a quiet, wide sandy beach facing towards Scroby Sands Wind Farm.http://great-yarmouth.gov.uk
Great Yarmouth Racecourse venue plays host to 24 flat racing fixtures per year from Easter to October. Facilities available for weddings, conferences, christmas parties, balls , banquets and concerts.
Great Yarmouth Potteries is a fully working pottery. From liquid clay to finished ware. Gift shop, refreshment area, herring smoking museum. Video showing fishing era and town wall 700 years old.http://www.greatyarmouthpotteries.co.uk
Hemsby Megamaze near Great Yarmouth is a unique maze designed so you can get lost and found again. Activities also include go-karts, hayhole mountains, swings, football game, crazy croquet and Maizeys snack shack. Fun for all the family.http://www.hemsbymegamaze.co.uk
Visit our rescued farm animals. Information centre and gift shop. Animals include cows, sheep, pig, goats, horses, ponies, donkeys and more. Two self-catering holiday cottages on site for rent.http://www.hillside.org.uk
An early 20th century wind powered drainage mill standing on the edge of Horsey Mere - part of the Broads an internationally important wetland.http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-horseywindpump
Enjoy a family day out at Hoveton Hall Gardens. There is something for everyone to enjoy including the children’s activity trails, the recently restored rare 19th Century glasshouse and guided tours of the gardens.http://www.hovetonhallgardens.co.uk
Enjoy a family day out at Hoveton Hall Gardens. There is something for everyone to enjoy including the children’s activity trails, the recently restored rare 19th Century glasshouse and guided tours of the gardens.
Hoveton Hall Estate Nr Wroxham Norwich
One of the city’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago. Now a museum & art gallery, it is home to some of the most outstanding collections of fine art, archaeology & natural history.http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Pettitts Animal Adventure Park near Great Yarmouth is best described as three fun parks in one. Pettitts has rides galore, family entertainment, exotic and domestic animals and birds to see, animals to feed & pet.http://www.pettittsadventurepark.co.uk
Pettitts Animal Adventure Park near Great Yarmouth is best described as three fun parks in one. Pettitts has rides galore, family entertainment, exotic and domestic animals and birds to see, animals to feed & pet.
Church Road Reedham Norfolk
Escape to the exciting family fun park for adventure & entertainment. Thrill-seekers will love the amazing rides - 'Wipeout' - the tallest, fastest & most extreme rollercoaster in the East of England!http://www.pleasurewoodhills.com
Redwings Horse Sanctuary near Great Yarmouth. This Quality Assured Visitor Attraction is home to more than 80 rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules, and a visit makes a wonderful family day out.http://www.redwings.co.uk
Join our guide and skipper for a look at the beautiful autumn colours on the river Bure and the incoming winter wildlife.
Access via car park on Lower Street Salhouse Norwich
Come and explore 12 acres of fabulous landscaped gardens, get lost for a while in our famous 1864 yew hedge maze and let our tour guides take you on a grand tour of Somerleyton Hall's sumptuous state rooms.http://www.somerleyton.co.uk
Known by some on account of its size as the 'Cathedral of the Fleggs', St Mary's at Martham dominates the local landscape with a 98 foot tower. The present church was started in 1377, with 15th century glass in the west windows.http://www.martham.churchnorfolk.com
A very small building built in 1833.
Time & Tide in Great Yarmouth is set in one of the UK's best preserved Victorian Herring curing works, and tells the story of the area from its ice age origins to the present day. Experience the heady atmosphere of a 1950's fish wharf.http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Waxham Barn is a fully restored, magnificent Elizabethan barn set in North Norfolk's area of outstanding beauty.
Traditional and contemporary crafts studios. Brewery, gifts, clothes, country food and fudge. Roses Centre. Meet the farmyard animals on Junior Farm, supervised activities every day. Children’s Funfair and Mini Adventure Golf Course.http://www.wroxhambarns.co.uk