Horsey Windpump's Official Reopening!

Join us as well celebrate and officially reopen Horsey Windpump following her extensive restoration and repair.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

Horsey Windpump closed for repair at the end of 2015 and under the skilled care of millwright Tim Whiting and his team she has been brought back to life and now sports turning sails for the first time in 75 years!

Celebrate this momentous achievement as we officially reopen Horsey Windpump and watch her sails in action.

The basics

Suitability
children are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event.
Meeting point
Meet at Horsey Windpump, Horsey, Nr Great Yarmouth. Norfolk. NR29 4EE
What to bring and wear
Please come dressed appropriately for the weather.
Accessibility
The site is accessible. The windpump is only accessible on the ground floor.
Other
Dogs are welcome on the site but only assistant dogs are welcome in the ground floor of the windpump.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
6 May 2018 11:00 - 15:00 Available

Contact Info

Name
Norfolk Coast Office
Email
horseywindpump@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01263 740241

Upcoming events

Horsey Windpump's Official Reopening!

Sun 06 May 2018
11:00-15:00
Join us as well celebrate and officially reopen Horsey Windpump following her extensive restoration and repair.

National Mills Weekend

Sat 12 May 2018
10:00-16:30
As part of the National Mills Weekend, the National Trust team will be on hand to answer your questions about Horsey Windpump and the restoration project that has brought her back to life.

Swallowtail Watch

Sun 17 Jun 2018
11:00-15:00
Come along, meet the team and hopefully spot the UK's largest butterfly; the Swallowtail!

Heritage Open Days

Thu 06 Sep 2018
10:00-16:30
As part of the Heritage Open Days we will be throwing open the doors of Horsey Windpump and inviting everyone to come and visit this magnificent Norfolk Broads Icon for free! Discover her eventful history and connection to the surrounding landscape.