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Wroxham Barns

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Wroxham Barns Tunstead Road, Hoveton, Wroxham NR12 8QU, England
+44 1603 783762
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Family birthday

We as a family had a lovely day out at Wroxham Barns. It costs £6.50 for Adults and children aged 2... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Norwich, United Kingdom
via mobile
A delight!

What a find. We "stumbled" upon this place - how fortunate. The coffee shop served the best... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
United Kingdom
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Wroxham Barns is one of Norfolk's leading tourist attractions. With its accent firmly on quality and with strong green credentials, it manages that really rather rare thing - of appealing to different ages. Grown-ups enjoy pottering around the shops and workshops, often chatting to the artists themselves or stopping to watch a craftsman create something unique. With a wood turner, stained glass specialist and Chris Hutchins from Norfolk Sketches, you will find the gift that is just that bit special. Fashion lovers should seek out the Gallery where labels such as Seasalt, Ness and Steilmann are on offer along sidehand bags, scarves, hats and more. And Sugar and Spice offers quirky children's pieces which are much more fun than items offered in the High Street. Foodie lovers are especially well catered for as the Pantry is packed with delicious food, much sourced locally so you can stock up your own store cupboards with jams, chutneys, oils,wines and more.
  • Excellent39%
  • Very good32%
  • Average20%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible3%
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“junior farm” (67 reviews)
“craft shops” (63 reviews)
“guinea pigs” (36 reviews)
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Wroxham Barns Tunstead Road, Hoveton, Wroxham NR12 8QU, England
+44 1603 783762
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We as a family had a lovely day out at Wroxham Barns. It costs £6.50 for Adults and children aged 2 and above but well worth it as you can spend a lot of time looking at all the farm animals and pets. You have...More

1  Thank Kevin1962060
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What a find. We "stumbled" upon this place - how fortunate. The coffee shop served the best breakfast we have ever had anywhere in the U.K. - and the most delicious coffee. The £6-50 charge for children to feed the calves was a bit excessive...More

1  Thank veekayhay
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We visited the Junior farm. My little boy loved it. lots of different animals to feed/pet. We attended the calf feeding & the grooming of ponies. My little boy was a little reluctant to participate for more than a minute but stood & watched while...More

1  Thank gemmafox
Reviewed 6 days ago

An interesting collection of barns, each completely different from the others - clothing and gifts, artwork, ceramics,stained glass and food - everything is on offer. Recommended.

1  Thank Andrew S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Went into the restaurant at Wroxham Barnes. It was a bit bland and not many people in. We had tea and scone for two which was very nice except the price of £8.60.

Thank John1538
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were staying nearby and it seemed a good idea when we saw the leaflet. It said that dogs were allowed in all but the children's areas so we went with our dog, given it wasn't a very good day weather-wise. When we got there,...More

1  Thank SilvLancashire
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is worth a visit the farm is brilliant for young children and adults plenty of shops of all different things to browse and buy free parking a good restaurant not bad price the staff will welcome you allways smilling

1  Thank Grahame C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An interesting place, but of more interest to those interested in artisan (expensive) crafts, than the casual tourist. The restaurant is very good, and the food and service both excellent. We didn't visit the junior farm, as we are a long way from being juniors,...More

1  Thank Dodod1950
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place, to me, was an uninspiring, so-so collection of cottage industries, several of which appeared to be closed during my visit. If you are not used to this type of establishment, then you might wile away some time. Unfortunately, for me, it was a...More

4  Thank Appenazow
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Have visited Wroxham Barnes with family 3 times & everybody from the youngest to the oldest has loved it! We've enjoyed the variety of attractions from the animals, the shops to the fun fair, you can't beat it for a day out to suit all...More

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Keith T
9 May 2017|
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Response from wroxhambarns | Property representative |
Hello Keith in a word yes! A few no go areas....Junior Farm, the mini golf, the funfair and the area around the childrens play equipment. You are welcome to use the covered area outside the coffee shop. We have outside... More
dean k
3 January 2017|
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Response from SDNorfolk | Reviewed this property |
Not quite sure which review you have read but it certainly wasn't mine. I did not say anything about a beach or its opening hours or coffee and cake for that matter.
Char T
2 August 2016|
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Response from Colin A | Reviewed this property |
There are a number of locally brewed ciders, the tastes differ according to the apples, but they are far better than bulk standard supermarket ciders. Superior products obviously command a higher price, but given the quality... More