Horsey Windpump

Horsey Windpump

Things to see and do

Horsey Windpump

What's on

Upcoming events

Horsey Windpump Restoration Project

Mon 30 May 2016
In 2016 we will be carrying out restoration works on Horsey Windpump in a bid to restore her to former working glory.

Swallowtail Watch

Sun 19 Jun 2016
Come along, meet the team and hopefully spot the UK's largest butterfly; the Swallowtail!
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Black and white photo of Horsey Windpump in the 1920s

The History of Horsey Windpump 

Horsey Windpump has had a dramatic history – it has survived floods, a lightning strike, a collapse, storms and gale force winds. Standing on the site of an older 'Black Mill', Horsey Windpump is one of the youngest windpumps on the Norfolk Broads.

Horsey Windpump

Places to stay

Horsey Barns Exterior

Horsey Barns Holiday Cottages 

Why not stay within walking distance of Horsey Windpump, and the sea on the edge of the Norfolk Broads National Park? These traditional Norfolk buildings have been carefully converted to provide warm and comfortable holiday accommodation of great character.

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a snowy white seal pup sitting on the sand with its mum close behind

Seals at Horsey 

The seals on Horsey beach are a real delight for visitors who can get great close of up views on foot. Friends of Horsey Seals do a really great job in caring for them and have some useful information on responsible viewing.

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Our work


The use of drones (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) on the Norfolk Coast 

The use of UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) or drones as they are more commonly known, is not permitted on or over National Trust land as part of our byelaws without the necessary required qualifications and a licence granted by us. Find out more here.