Discover the beautifully-restored water gardens of Lake House a few minutes walk away from Brundall Gardens station
This beautiful historic water garden which features a series of ponds descending through a wooded alley to the shore of a lake was once known as “the Switzerland of Norfolk”.
The garden was created in 1880 by Dr Beverley and later sold to an entrepreneur named Frederick Holmes-Cooper in 1917 who turned them into a visitor attraction with a hotel and restaurant.
In 1922, 60,000 people reportedly visited the gardens. Today, visitors are welcome by arrangement (January to October), refreshments by arrangement and admission costs £5 per adult.
BROWSE DAYS OUT
Browse days out that you can access across the Wherry Lines.