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Wroxham Barns, Hoveton
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Browse through locally produced goods, artists workshops, and cafes at Wroxham Barns. Inside the converted barns, watch craftspeople practice their skills--from apple pressing and woodturning, to painting, pottery, and jewelry making. Kids can feed rabbits, groom ponies, bottle feed spring lambs, and collect their own eggs from the henhouses at the Junior Farm. Play 18 holes at the miniature golf course. Enjoy flying boats, merry-go-rounds, remote control vehicles and boats, and an interactive games room at the Children's Funfair. Sample home-cooked meals using locally sourced ingredients at the Wroxham Barns restaurant. Make Wroxham Barns part of your personalized Hoveton itinerary using our Hoveton tourist route planner.
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I have visited Wroxham Barns several times over the years, more recently with young grandchildren who enjoy the farm, cuddling the small animals, also giving the calves their bottles of milk and 'milk... read more »
On a visit to Wroxham decided to visit Wroxham barns. The weather was wet so we quickly went from shop to shop. We still managed to buy some cider and oils. The restaurant was a good visit with a good... read more »
I love wroxham barns. The food at the restaurant is lovely. The quaint little shops are great for craft fans. It's great for adults and kids. And dogs can go too! (With some restrictions) fantastic da... read more »
The shops are good as is the park area and the little rides and bouncy castle etc for the kids (which you have to pay separately for) It's lovely for the kids to cuddle chicks and guinea pigs and to feed the pigs, goats and horses etc but do feel it's overpriced. The indoor play area is good but small. Only really suitable for toddlers.
Lovely place to take the little kids and big kids alike. The staff and volunteers really care for the animals and the animals are very tame and eager to be fed. Nice little shops and restaurants too...
Excellent fun for the family! A nice selection of farm animals to see and feed, chicken eggs to collect and an indoor play-area if it's too cold. Entrance is cheap and there are two café's for good food. Easter abd summer holidays have the Foolhardy circus there too
One of my favourite places to take my 3 year old. Especially when the lambs are there to feed!
Had a lovely time with my 2 year old she loved it.
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