Celebrating it’s 30th anniversary in 2013, Wroxham Barns is a great place to go for a day out, it has a junior farm which is wonderful, especially for little ones. Set in a group of sympathetically converted barns, it has a wonderful array of different shops including an art gallery, micro brewery shop, plant shop, sewing shop and a large barn selling beautiful crafts, lovely hand made cards by Haidee & Co, Emma Bridgewater ceramics, Dunoon cups and Gisella Graham items for the home. Upstairs are designer labelled ladies fashions such as Seasalt, Nessand Steilmann are on offer along sidehand bags, scarves, hats and more.
There is a children’s funfair which is full or traditional rides and attractions, which will bring a nostalgic smile to the older generation. Sugar and Spice offers quirky children’s pieces which are much more fun than items offered in the High Street. Foodie lovers are especially well catered for as the Pantry is packed with delicious food, much sourced locally so you can stock up your own store cupboards with jams, chutneys, oils,wines and more. There is a restaurant/cafe and a coffee shop and a picnic area and a shop selling apple juice and cider. We at The Broads.tv would say that there is something for everyone and it is only a 35 minute walk from the moorings at Wroxham and other attractions such as BeWilderwood.
Check out their website at Wroxhambarns.co.uk