Museum of the Broads
An essential introduction to the Norfolk Broads
The Museum of the Broads sits on the quayside of the busy Broads town of Stalham. It’s the only museum dedicated to the Broads and provides a comprehensive and colourful overview of this rich and complex waterworld. You’ll find beautifully preserved Broads boats alongside fascinating displays on marsh men, thatching, boat building and more. There are plenty of hands-on and family-friendly things to do, plus archive photos and films to enjoy. The lovely waterside setting is perfect for picnics.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and event days you can take a trip on Falcon, a beautiful Victorian steam launch. Call the museum to book.
Recommended length of visit: 1 to 2 hours
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Other good things to do near by
Hire a dayboat from Moonfleet Marine in Stalham and look for king fishers on the River Ant and Barton Broad. Canoe and Kayak hire is available from Banks Boats at nearby Wayford Bridge. Head for the wonderful RAF Air Radar Defence Museum or visit the working potter at Sutton Pottery.
Travel and parking
Just off the A149 Stalham bypass. Parking at Richardsons boats. Public transport: For buses visit Traveline. Buses stop at Stalham’s Tesco from where there is a short walk along the A149 to a footpath to the museum.
Opens on 21 March
Sunday to Friday 10am to 4.30pm
Conc £5.00 (over 65, students, disabled)
Child £2.50 (5-18 years)
Family: 1 adult & 1 child £7.50; 1 adult & all children £9.50; 2 adults & 1 child £13; 2 adults & all children £15
All above tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase.
Under 5s FREE
One hour before closing and valid on day of purchase only
Free admission to: Friends of the Museum, a Carer of a Disabled visitor,
and members of the Museums Association (please show card).
Steam launch Falcon
runs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and Event days
Adult: £5 (short trips £4)
Child, ages 5 to 18: £3 (short trips £2.50)
Under 5s FREE
To avoid disappointment pre-book by calling 01692 581 681
Facilities and access
Other access information: Parking for disabled people is available at the museum. Telephone for further details.