Hill House, situated in the heart of Norfolk, has been described as a unique microcosm
of the Broads with its range of nationally and internationally important wildlife.
After the loss of our wetlands, many are being restored.
They are amongst the very best places for summer wildlife from birds to bugs.
- Wetlands are a must for nature lovers. They are especially
good for bird watching, bug spotting and pond dipping.
Broads and How Hill - Visitor Guide
Hill, Ludham, Norfolk.
Authority contact e-form
of Ludham area|
butterflies and dragonflies. |
Binoculars and scopes. Walking
Pond dipping: Fishing net, bucket, marine creatures identification
book or leaflet.
Butterflies and Dragonflies.
Underwater life - the
How Hill Trust runs field courses.
Access: Only at Visitor Centre. There are public footpaths available, however
these are of mixed terrain and may not be suitable for wheelchair users, particularly
during bad weather.
How Hill Reserve is situated
near Ludham in Norfolk and is part of the popular destination of the Norfolk Broads.
Major roads to the Broads are the M11 and A11/12 from London and
the South East while visitors travelling from the Midlands and North of England
should take the A1, A14 or A47.
Follow signposts for Norwich and
Ludham, then turn left after Ludham Bridge to reach the site.
parking: There is a nearby car park open between April and October.
Seasonally between April
1 - October 31.
Opening times 10.30am - 5.00pm April, May and October
and 9.30am - 6.00pm June, July and August.
Some public footpaths
open all year round.
trail - £1 for adults, 50p for children. Boat trips cost £4.50 for
adults and £3.50 for concessions, with a family ticket available for £10.
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