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Review: Horsey Windpump - National Trust

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Horsey, Great Yarmouth , Norfolk, NR29 4EF, United Kingdom

Worth the wait

  • By SilverTraveller tjoc123

    6 reviews

  • March 2019
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It seem to have been a lifetime that the Windpump has been under construction. When we drove past to see that it was open at last, we had to visit. Firstly you have to note you pay £2 to park your car. Then it is £6 pp to climb the windmill. The guides are very knowledgeable and helpful. The view across the broads is amazing.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 4 Comment(s)

  • discerning-traveller
    3 months ago
    Interesting. I have family not too far from there so will try and visit when next in the area.
  • ESW
    3 months ago
    Thank you for the information. I've been in windmills which grind wheat, but not in one that pumps water. I'll have to add this to the list.
  • tjoc123
    3 months ago
    This is a National Trust property.
    It is a restoration.
    The inside is very clean and the guides will explain the workings if you ask.
    The windpump itself will take no longer than 20 minutes. There is a tea room and toilet facilities.
    As it is on the Norfolk Broads there is a walk nearby and there are wildlife boat trips available at £10pp.
    I hope this helps ESW.
  • ESW
    3 months ago
    Can I ask the idiot's question - is this a completely new build or is it a restoration of an existing windpump?

    And another idiot's question - what is there to see inside in the way of machinery and how it works?

    How long do you need to allow for a visit and are there any other facilities there?