What better way to discover the diversity of this enchanting landscape than to relax on one of our river tours from Wroxham.
We’re currently experiencing issues with our online ticketing system meaning you are unable to book online. We are still open and river trips are running. Please see our timetables below. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Our fleet of passenger trip boats offer a fabulous opportunity to discover the Norfolk Broads. A full commentary from the skipper will ensure that you don’t miss a thing, explaining the origins of the Broads, identifying points of interest along the way and showing you the abundance of local water birds as they come into view. There is no better way to learn about the Broads whilst taking in the beautiful scenery all around you.
We sell tickets “per person”, without pre-allocated seating and without enforced social distancing. You will choose your own seats when you board and movement around the boat will not be restricted during the trip. Wearing of face coverings will be a matter of personal choice (unless required by law) and you can expect to sit near or next to other people whom you may not know.
One wheelchair can be accommodated on The Queen of the Broads and the Belle of the Broads – this space can be pre-booked by purchasing the wheelchair user ticket (adult or child).
We have a licensed bar on board each boat for light refreshments, and have introduced contactless payments on our trips – we actively encourage you to use this method whilst on board.
Happily, you can bring small well-behaved dogs on board (for a small additional charge), so there may be no need to leave your four-legged friend behind! We are, however, unable to accommodate larger dogs prior to 19th July, due to space restrictions in walkways.
When you arrive, please do stick to your designated boarding time as displayed at the Passenger Trip Boat boarding area, and follow instructions given by staff members.
Why not incorporate your river trip with a journey by steam train from the Bure Valley Railway through the stunning Norfolk countryside to Wroxham?