The so-called ‘capital’ of the Norfolk Broads, it
was in Wroxham that the thriving boat-hire
industry of the Broads first began in the
The town still has an air of elegance, not forgetting a number of historic buildings and an early 17th century bridge spanning the River Bure.
The Bure Valley Railway, which utilises nine miles of abandoned Great Eastern track, is one of the longest miniature railways in Britain. Another steam railway, Barton House, also operates here on a small-gauge track.