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Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Bircham Windmill is located in Great Bircham. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Great Bircham holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Bircham Windmill and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • A coffee stop en-route. Shepherds Huts available to rent. Activities include a small animal farm, a trip to the top of the Windmill, an opportunity to bake your own bread, adults and children. Shop se...  read more »
  • Lovely place to bring the kids or grandkids. Plenty to see and even hire bikes to enjoy this quiet and peaceful part of Norfolk. One things for sure it won't break the bank. 
  • Visited in August with my two children. Stayed in a tent. Campsite is spacious and very friendly. The on site mini farm and windmill are a bonus and give the kids something to do. I really liked the i...  read more »
  • What a lovely place! The kids loved climbing the windmill, and afterwards we had a fantastic lunch in the café. The bakery is brilliant, with a nice selection of freshly baked goods to purchase. Outside is a small farm area, where the kids can play with the small animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, etc) There's also pony rides available at extra cost at certain times of the day. Finally there's a small play area for the younger kids with a sandpit, slide, etc. We had a great time here and would visit again. Oh, I almost forgot - there's free WiFi too!
  • Another mill that i have only been to once in Norfolk, a very nice one too. It must be the only mill i have gone out on the cap on. You can walk out on the staging and fanstage, and the cakes and bread were amazing. My mum loved her doughnut she got there
  • Fantastic afternoon!! Great staff 😙
  • Bircham Windmill is a must visit place, we visit it regularly when we are down in the county. There is something for everyone here whether your just wanting to spend a couple of hours or even the whole day there, there is plenty to do. Check out their website to see the whole package on offer.We can both assure you of receiving a warm welcome, great home cooked food and of course the fresh bread and cakes on offer are superb. This is a working mill and small holding. Sheep's cheese is also made on site for sale too as well as the bread. Kids can also make bread and get close to most of the animals here. It's a real family friendly place to visit. Prices are well pitched and its a day out that won't break the bank. In conclusion the best way to see for yourselves is to pay the place a visit, it's a little gem.
  • Stayed in Humphrey cottage, just home yesterday.what a lovely place to stay.
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