From the mild, earthy woodlands of the south, to the wild, open reedlands of the north, discover a world of rare wildlife, breathtaking scenery and a fascinating history.
The Broads is for everyone. Whether you want take to the water on your very own cruiser, long for days walking and taking in the view, or choose to cycle along its many paths and trails – you’ll always find somewhere new to go and something different to see. Visit one of Britain’s most extraordinary national parks and become part of the balance between humans and wildlife, water and land.
Learn more about what makes the Broads National Park so special including its fascinating history, rare wildlife and more.
The Broads is a great destination to visit if you need a wheelchair to get around or have other accessibility requirements.
Learn more about accessible things to do, restaurants to visit and places to stay.
With so much great local food to try and crafts to buy you'll want to find more about what is made in the Broads.
Money donated goes to the Broads Trust, which funds projects in a range of areas including conservation, safety, education, accessibility, tourist information and lots more.
Whether by bike or hike get inspiration on what to bring and where to head to get your heart pumping in the Broads National Park.
Our listings will help you find out the best routes, guided walks and even where to hire a bike from.