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Things to do in Wroxham

And across Norfolk and the Broads

Holiday-makers return to the Broads, year after year. They never tire because there are so many things to do here in Wroxham and across the wider region. From amusement parks to river regattas ... from fishing to sailing … from cream teas on the water's edge to picnics on the wild dunes of the coast … from the art galleries of Norwich to the arcade games of Great Yarmouth pier … the region's attractions and activities inspire all ages and all abilities.

This is our guide to the best of what Wroxham, the Broads and Norfolk have to offer.

Your best-ever fishing holiday

Here at River Cottages, you can go fishing from your back door. Or from your own rowing boat. Or from much of the 120 miles of navigable waterways. The near-limitless opportunities attract anglers from all over the country. On the Broads you can always find a quiet spot to yourself for an hour or two of undisturbed fishing. We help you get the best from Norfolk Broads fishing.

Go boating on the Broads

There's only one way to explore the Broads: by boat. When you're pottering along at no more than five miles an hour, you see the world differently. More to the point, you feel different. This is life in the slow lane; life without a care in the world. And all you have to do is hire a boat from a nearby boatyard or take a seat on one of the organised tours.

Norfolk is famous for its food and drink

Some people like their holidays to be effortless: no cooking and no washing up. You've come to the right place. Wroxham has a lively pub and plenty of restaurants and take-aways. Fancy something special? Norfolk is home to 20 restaurants featured in the Michelin Guide for 2020. Or maybe fish and chips is more your thing. This is our guide to some of our favourite places to eat.

Enjoy an entire county's worth of days out

Wroxham is the ideal base for a holiday in Norfolk. The entire Broads network is within reach by boat, Norwich is a 20-minute rail journey away, and the coast is a dozen miles to the east. And all around there are museums, stately homes, adventure parks and picture-postcard villages. So many things to do and discover – and all within reach of Wroxham.

A region fizzing with events and activities

No one ever tires of life in Wroxham and on the Broads; there are just so many things to do. When you fancy a change from the peace of your waterside retreat, you'll discover that you're at the heart of a region brimming with activities and entertainments. From regattas to food festivals, from street theatre to carnivals, Norfolk is alive with activity.