Wroxham Barns Craft Centre (Norfolk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... apple juice in my opinion as well as a great range of ciders and other apple treats although there have been a few occassions I have visited when they have not been open which has been a bit of a disappointment so I would strongly recommend that if you want to visit a particular outlet contained within the barns that you phone first to check opening times etc. The apple shop also always has free samples to try which always please my kids (and me!). As an added bonus included in the barns is a fabulous shop selling craft supplies for all different sorts of crafts and a junior farm (for which a small admission is charged but is well worth e... more
Customer Wroxham Barns Craft Centre (Norfolk) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I love this place and I am really lucky as it is right on my doorstep (well almost!). It has a great mixture of craft shops which on almost any day you visit you can see the real craftsmen and women demonstrating their craft and they are all really friendly and happy to answer any questions you may have. I personally love the Apple Shop as it sells the most amazing apple juice in my opinion as well as a great range of ciders and other apple treats although there have been a few occassions I have visited when they have not been open which has been a bit of a disappointment so I would strongly recommend that if you want to visit a particular outlet contained within the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/05, updated on 02/12/05 (Very useful, 237 readings)
Wroxham Barns Craft Centre is, most definitely, a tourist attraction. You know the kind of place. It is tantilisingly advertised along all the approach roads by way of brown tourist signs - "Craft Centre --->". Many such signs are reknowned for attracting your attention whilst on a drive and causing you to go on an hour long detour because you become determined to find out where on earth the attraction is. Invariably, you arrive and the place is shut or is disappointing. Well, Wroxham Barns is some of these things. Situated not far from the Norfolk town of Wroxham, the barns are actually on a fairly main road and once you pick up ... Read the complete review
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