The Berney Arms windmill is approximately a ¼ mile walk from the station
One of the Norfolk Broads’ tallest marsh mills, the Berney Arms Windmill stands at over 70 feet high and can be seen for miles around. It was built around the 1870s to grind materials for cement and was in use until 1948.
The mill is maintained by English Heritage and access to the mill is by pre-booked tours only.
BROWSE DAYS OUT
Browse days out that you can access across the Wherry Lines.