2-day Broads and Cromer Pier

Fairhaven bluebellsSpring Bluebells at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden.

On day one spend the morning at Fairhaven Woodland & Water Garden in South Walsham, including lunch. Fairhaven welcomes group visits. and then move onto Wroxham, heart of the Norfolk Broads, for an hour-long river trip on this unique series of waterways with Broads Tours. Then head to Cromer for the matinee variety show at the last end-of-pier theatre in Europe, followed by dinner at Tides, the restaurant on the pier. Make sure you have a promenade too – this is the 2015 Pier of the Year!

That night stay at The Grove Hotel or Cliftonville Hotel and wake, refreshed, ready for a morning visit to Amazona Zoo.

After that you'll be ready for lunch at informal No 1 fish and chip restaurant, with amazing views of the beach and pier. The menu is amazing too – but you'd expect nothing less from an establishment that's run by a Michelin-starred restaurateur! In the afternoon, before travelling home, spend some time in the inspirational Henry Blogg Museum, dedicated to the RNLI's most celebrated lifeboatman.

Coach Park in Cromer is on Cadogan Road, less than a five minute walk to No.1 Chip Shop and around a five minute walk to Cromer Pier. Coach access to the Pier is via the Weybourne Slope so people can be dropped off right at the entrance to the Pier.

Cromer PierThe award-winning Cromer Pier and Pavilion Theatre.
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