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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.
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Wroxham Barns has worked hard to provide a day out that appeals to every family member, and it’s succeeded! The junior farm and children’s fun fair are firm favourites with the younger ones who will love making new furry friends and having a go on the traditional rides, whilst grown-ups can enjoy…
Great for kids and families, farms and rides well worth it. There are lovely craft shops too
Junior Farm - daily supervised activities and Piggy's Play Sty (indoor play barn), Children's Funfair & Mini Adventure Golf Course.
Lovely for Kids and families. Theres a petting farm and play area. Cafes and a children friendly venue.
Lots to do here including a junior farm with indoor play area, children's fun fair, 18-hole mini adventure golf, lots of shops, places to eat and picnic areas. From 1st-28th August the Foolhardy Circus returns for their Summer Fun Show (see website for more details).
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“A smaller steam train running 9 miles from Aylsham to Wroxham with parking available at each station. A train and broads cruise package is available. Catch the train at Aylsham station, walk in to Wroxham to Wroxham bridge and board the boat for a one and a half hour broads cruise before returning to Wroxham for the train journey back to Aylsham.”
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“Tiny but friendly and favourite with walkers to see the seals. Also Horsey windpump is nearby. Good food, lots of different beers and ciders and plenty of outside space. Often full of wet dogs and their owners huddling by the fire in winter.”
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“Visit the oldest working lighthouse on the Norfolk Coast and the only independently operated lighthouse in the UK. The lighthouse is open to the public on occasional Sundays and Bank Holidays throughout the summer when you can climb the 112 steps to the lantern. See website for opening times.”
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