The Broads Authority has three Information Centres in the Broads – at Hoveton, How Hill and Whitlingham - where staff will be happy to help you make the most of your visit to the Broads. They stock an extensive range of leaflets, maps, guide books, postcards and souvenirs. All centres are open daily from Good Friday or 1 April, whichever is earlier, and close at the end of October.
The bright and airy Great Yarmouth Tourist Information Centre is on Marine Parade, opposite the Marina Centre, on the seafront. Our friendly staff are always on hand to answer all your questions about where to stay and what to do.http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/visitor-information/tourist-information-centre.aspx
Information centre situated on the River Bure. Information and displays about Hoveton and the Broads. Enquiry service. Bookings for accommodation and for Broads Authority boat trips and events. Books, maps, guides, postcards & gifts to buy.http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk
Yacht station and moorings on the River Wensum, with quay attendant available daily 8:00-20:00. Male, female and accessible toilets and showers; free water; electric charging point; rubbish disposal; pump out facility; maps and tide tables.http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk
Scroby Sands Visitor Centre, Great Yarmouth, is the place to find out interesting information all about Great Yarmouth's working windfarm of thirty turbines. Perfect for groups and individuals with an interest in renewable energy.http://www.eon-uk.com/generation/scrobysands.aspx
This tiny marshman's cottage situated on the River Ant, was home for a whole family in Victorian times. See how they lived and the tools they used for working on the marshes. The cottage also has information and displays.http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk
The park's fabulous and historic flint barn is part of the network of Broads Information Centres. Situated on the River Yare, it has information and displays about Whitlingham and the Broads. Enquiry service.http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk