On the outskirts of Wroxham and Hoveton in attractive converted barns are the Wroxham Barns attraction. These barns house resident craftsmen and craftswomen making and selling traditional hand crafted items.
There is also a traditional tearoom with a range of cakes, cream teas, lunches sandwiches and snacks. A restaurant which also has children's menus available and not forgetting the all important ice cream kiosk.
The Norfolk Cider Company also has a shop here. The oldest established cider makers in Norfolk, a tradition that stretches back to at least 1204.
Contained in a Lower and an Upper Courtyard. Whether you are looking to treat yourself or looking for the perfect gift.
Open every day 10am to 5pm except 25th, 26th December and 1st January.
Ample free parking for cars and coaches.
The Barns also houses Junior Farm with its pigs, goats and Shetland pony along with other animals. A hands on experience where you can stroke, cuddle and feed the animals.
Through the archway is the petite
Williamsons Fair with is Ferris Wheel, traditional
roundabout, Peter Pan miniature train ride, crazy golf
and remote controlled cars. There is also an end
of pier old penny arcade which houses sixty loving
restored machines including 'what the butler saw and the