Tours & Guides

Tours & Guides

Guided Tours and Specialised Guides for Family Days Out in the Norfolk Broads. Tours from Norwich to Great Yarmouth to Kings Lynn and all in between visiting all the Attractions, found within the Norfolk Broads National Park. For the ultimate in total enjoyment go with a Tour Guide or Coach trip. They know what where and how and if you are an overseas visitor its the only way to go. There's lots of attractions to see and visit throughout the Norfolk Broads.

Browse the listings below to find your favourite which might prove tricky. Undecided? Perhaps try them all!

Awayadays
Enjoy panoramic views of the city of Norwich from the comfort of the top deck of an open top bus!
Transport Museum
At East Anglia Transport Museum in Carlton Colville you can see the unique Museum of Street Transport.
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Hardley Windmill
The visitor centre at Hardley provides a space for various exhibitions relating to the mill, the river and local communities plus information on the wildlife.
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Horsey Windpump
The striking windpump provides stunning views over the coast and Norfolk Broads landscape.
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Nelson Museum
Welcome to the Nelson Museum, the only museum dedicated solely to telling the story of our national hero, Lord Horatio Nelson and the times in which he lived.
Norwich Castle
One of the city’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago, a great day out when visiting the Broads
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Norwich Cathedral
Norwich Cathedral offers a unique experience for visitors and has welcomed visitors and pilgrims for more than 900 years
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Norwich Ghost Walks
Norwich Ghost Walks
Experience the highly acclaimed Ghost Walk tour on foot as you walk through the ancient and mystical streets of the City of Norwich in the heart of the Norfolk Broads
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Radar Museum
The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, situated at RRH Neatishead, near Horning traces the history and development of Air Defence Radar from 1935 to the present day
Raveningham Gardens
Raveningham Gardens
Raveningham Gardens - always a delight to visit with superb herbaceous borders, 18th century walled kitchen garden and Victorian greenhouse, herb garden and more.
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Somerleyton Hall
Set in a beautiful 5000 acre English estate, Somerleyton Hall is widely acclaimed as one of the most beautiful stately homes in Britain. Open to the public every April to September,
Stalham Firehouse
The Stalham Firehouse was built in 1833 it is the second oldest firehouse in England. It is open from the 31st of March to the end of September. Free Admission.
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St Benet's Abbey
St Benet's Abbey
Free entry. Ruins of a monastery founded by King Canute in 1020 AD. Access from the River Bure or farm track from the minor road off A1062.
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Steam Museum
We have Steam Engines, 100-ton working Beam Engines, Narrow Gauge Railway, 30's Fairground Ark, Mechanical Organs and Memorabilia lots to see and do
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Museum of The Broads
Museum of Broadland life set at Stalham Staithe.
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Winbirri Vineyards
Tour and Tasting Experience Days
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Woodfordes
Brewery tours available at Woodfordes
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