The Norfolk Broads have been a boating holiday destination since the late 19th century and the rivers and waterways are lock-free so there are no obstacles for the tourist or visitor to be worried about.
The Nelson Museum in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk is the only museum dedicated to the life and career of Lord Hoaratio Nelson. The museum has so much to see and discover, and you can explore Nelson's childhood and early life in Norfolk, his Naval career and famous battles, and his teribble wounds, illnesses and heoric and tragic death.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden is an award-winning pet-friendly garden for all seasons where families with children are encouraged to explore the woodland pathways and be inspired by nature. It is home to some rare wildlife.
St Benet's Abbey was a medieval monastery in its day but only scant ruins of the gatehouse, lower walls of the sanctuary and some earthworks are visible today. The abbey was situated in a commanding position on a sand and gravel island beside the River Bure which is one of the major rivers of the Norfolk Broads.