Horsey Windpump

Important notice -

The windpump, café and car park remain open as usual. To visit the windpump, please book on arrival. Last entry is 15:20. Please note that the windpump and tearoom will be closed on Fridays during term time but the car park will remain open.

An iconic Norfolk Broads landmark

Horsey Windpump in darkness

Horsey After Dark 

Experience an exclusive after hours event this September with ‘Horsey After Dark’.

The growing station at Horsey Windpump

Autumn at Horsey Windpump 

Visit Horsey Windpump and take part in our Autumn spotter challenge to discover the Broadland landscape during the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.

Things to see and do

Dog walking on a lead

Bringing your dog to Horsey Windpump 

Dogs on leads are welcome around Horsey Windpump, we know they’re part of the family too. Please note we do not allow dogs (with the exception of assistance dogs - ground floor only) inside the Windpump.

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Wildlife

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Eating

an elevated view of the black thatched tea room with black benches in front. to the left a path can be seen running by with water on the far left

Horsey Windpump Tea-room 

Head to our tearoom for a range of hot and cold drinks, hot and cold snacks and light meals.

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Our work

an orange sun shining between reeds over the water with an orange sign

Horsey and Heigham Holmes Ranger Blog 

Welcome to the ranger's blog for Horsey Windpump and Heigham Holmes Nature Reserve in Norfolk.

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History

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Places to stay

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Join or give

Red brick building of horsey windpump

Give to help protect Horsey Windpump 

Our natural world and places of historic beauty are at serious risk. Give to help protect Horsey Windpump and together, we can help nature recover, bring people closer to it, and ensure our shared history continues to inspire us all. Thank you for your continued support.

A couple looking out across the view from the top of Horsey Windpump

Keep Horsey Windpump’s Sails Turning 

For the first time in 75 years, Horsey Windpump is once again standing proud in the Norfolk Broads. With your help we can keep this icon preserved for generations to come and keep her sails turning