An early 20th century wind powered drainage mill standing on the edge of Horsey Mere - part of the Norfolk Broads an internationally important wetland. The mill contains displays on natural and local history as well as diagrams of the mill's workings.
The mill was severely damaged by lightning in 1943 and was subsequently restored by The National Trust.
There are exhilarating walks on the nature reserve around Horsey Mere and an easy access path to the mere with lovely views.
April to October: daily, 10.00-16.30.
Parties at other times by arrangement.
Open all Bank Holidays between 3 March and 4 November.
Car park open all year (pay & display), dawn to dusk.
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Standard Admission Prices:
Events at this Venue
|Fri 28 Oct||Horsey History Guided Circular Walk|
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Take B1152 to Martham - follow signs to Somerton and Horsey. From Stalham take B1151 - join B1159 via Sea Palling to Horsey. From Great Yarmouth - follow A149 then B1159 via Hemsby and Winterton-on-Sea to Horsey.
By Public Transport:
From Acle station it is 10 miles to Horsey Windpump.
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for educational visits
- Gift shop
- National Trust Property
- On-site light refreshments
- Picnic site
- Public toilets
- Regional Tourist Board Member
- Accepts groups
- Children welcome
- Facilities for visually impaired