The rich heritage of the Broads is reflected in the many wonderful places to visit from restored windmills and medieval churches to magnificent buildings, and stunning gardens. Families are well catered for in the Broads with animal parks, miniature railways, country parks and other attractions. For those who want to get back to nature there are nature reserves and guided boat trips.
Anchor Gardens, Great Yarmouth, is a well tended tranquil area in the heart of the bustling Golden Mile, where visitors can sit and relax and admire the anchor shaped flowerbeds.
130 acres of ancient woodland with over 3.5 miles of paths. We have a tearoom, gift shop, bird hide, children's nature trail and plant sales area. We also have a programme of events all year round - details can be found on our website.http://www.fairhavengarden.co.uk
One of the finest country houses in Norfolk. A grand tour collection, period furniture and fine library. Walled garden, working dovecote, pottager gardens, exotic planting, extensive parkland, ancient woodland and way marked trails.http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/felbrigg
"North Africa meets Mediterranean", "Stunning", "Jaw droppingly impressive", Fantastic" These words were used by the press to describe this beautiful garden. Also has exotic plants for sale.http://www.hensteadexoticgarden.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.http://www.hovetonhallgardens.co.uk
The Sea Life Centre Gardens on Great Yarmouth seafront lead directly from Marine Parade to the esplanade and are a lively venue for a range of events.
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
The Venetian Waterways, Great Yarmouth, adjacent to the North Beach is a tranquil place for visitors to enjoy. A popular haven for ducks and heron, surrounded by many cafes, it's a great place to stop and relax for a while.