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Horsey Windpump, Horsey

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • This is one of our most frequently visited attractions when holidaying on the broads and we love every visit. Good parking and nice refreshment kiosk. The wind pump is currently in the final stages of...  read more »
  • Lovely little spot for a ramble and some lovely views. Clean toilets little cafe. Worth a little vist. 
  • To quote a Greek friend - "Be good when it finish". It is unfair to erect tourist road-signs to an out-of-the-way "attraction" which is neither available or open. I have no doubt that when it is open,...  read more »
  • I cannot work out who owns the Horsey Estate. If it is the National Trust then why are the mooring fees collected by the Horsey Estate? If only they had a camping site for canoeist and kayakers to compliment their facilities for other boaters I would give them the full five stars.
  • It is carm warm place to go the shop is 10 out of 10 will help as much as possible staff so helpful The baylif is a good guy if you fish just ask him and he will tell you all you need to know
  • It is great to be able to see around an easily accessible windpump. We spent a few days wishing we could get to the Berney Arms windpump and were then delighted to stumble across Horsey Windpump. The sails are off, to allow for renovation work - but it was great to see the mechanisms in place and the displays on each floor were fascinating too. Would be even better if the pump room could be opened for public viewing too. Building on that, a display showing evloution of pump technology would be fascinating too (maybe even request the environment agency to install a window so that visitors can see in to the current pumping shed). Visiting with a 2 and 5 year old was interesting. They loved the stairs and the view from the top, but we had to work quite hard to get them to engage with any of the exhibits/displays inside. Incorporating some child friendly components to the displays would be great.
  • Beautiful location. Lovely area of the world
  • Stunning location, and a really friendly guy manning this National Trust site. We turned up just a few minutes before closing time, and it was so incredibly peaceful in the area as the sun was setting. I can't imagine a better time to see this place.
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