Events at How Hill

Please call 01692 678555 to book any of the How Hill Trust events listed on this page.

The Friends of How Hill also organise events. For Friends events click here.


Wherry Hathor on view

    Wherry Hathor will once again be moored at How Hill Staithe this summer. For much of this time she will be open for free public viewing.

    Please contact Wherry Yacht Charter www.wherryyachtcharter.org with enquiries.


    Family Fun Days

      At our Family Fun Days you can thatch a roof with reed and find out if it’s waterproof; dyke dip for water minibeasts; play outdoor games; complete the treasure trail and win a prize; build a den in the woods; make log beasts, weird willow wigwams, brilliant bouquets, reed rafts and junk jewellery. Try some giant weaving. Stroll around our beautiful gardens and climb aboard traditional Norfolk wherry Hathor  which will be moored up at How Hill staithe (except on 3rd Aug).

      The How Hill tearooms will be open selling lots of lovely food, drinks and ice creams.

      A really good value full day out. Beware – these events sell out!

      £7 per adult, £7 per child, under 3’s free


      Family Fun Days

        At our Family Fun Days you can thatch a roof with reed and find out if it’s waterproof; dyke dip for water minibeasts; play outdoor games; complete the treasure trail and win a prize; build a den in the woods; make log beasts, weird willow wigwams, brilliant bouquets, reed rafts and junk jewellery. Try some giant weaving. Stroll around our beautiful gardens and climb aboard traditional Norfolk wherry Hathor  which will be moored up at How Hill staithe (except on 3rd Aug).

        The How Hill tearooms will be open selling lots of lovely food, drinks and ice creams.

        A really good value full day out. Beware – these events sell out!

        £7 per adult, £7 per child, under 3’s free


        Family Fun Days

          At our Family Fun Days you can thatch a roof with reed and find out if it’s waterproof; dyke dip for water minibeasts; play outdoor games; complete the treasure trail and win a prize; build a den in the woods; make log beasts, weird willow wigwams, brilliant bouquets, reed rafts and junk jewellery. Try some giant weaving. Stroll around our beautiful gardens and climb aboard traditional Norfolk wherry Hathor  which will be moored up at How Hill staithe (except on 3rd Aug).

          The How Hill tearooms will be open selling lots of lovely food, drinks and ice creams.

          A really good value full day out. Beware – these events sell out!

          £7 per adult, £7 per child, under 3’s free


          Family Fun Days

            At our Family Fun Days you can thatch a roof with reed and find out if it’s waterproof; dyke dip for water minibeasts; play outdoor games; complete the treasure trail and win a prize; build a den in the woods; make log beasts, weird willow wigwams, brilliant bouquets, reed rafts and junk jewellery. Try some giant weaving. Stroll around our beautiful gardens and climb aboard traditional Norfolk wherry Hathor  which will be moored up at How Hill staithe (except on 3rd Aug).

            The How Hill tearooms will be open selling lots of lovely food, drinks and ice creams.

            A really good value full day out. Beware – these events sell out!

            £7 per adult, £7 per child, under 3’s free


            The Pantaloons open air theatre presents ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

              FRIENDS OF HOW HILL EVENT

              Everybody loves Ernest. In fact, Cecily and Gwendolen are both engaged to Ernest. The only trouble is, Ernest doesn’t exist. Or does he…? This energetic and musical production from the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons infuses Wilde’s witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious contemporary twist!

              Bring a picnic and something to sit on.

              To book contact Jeanne Flett on 01692 678560 or www.thepantaloons.co.uk

              £13 per person


              Wroxham to Norwich by Wherry

                RESIDENTIAL

                Sail in style on board Ardea, the largest and most magnificent pleasure wherry ever built, launched in the presence of King George V in 1927. The trip will take you from Wroxham through the beautiful Norfolk Broads, stopping at How Hill, Womack, Great Yarmouth, Cantley, and Brundall before arriving in Norwich.

                This truly unique opportunity will never be repeated. The price includes all sailings, minibus travel to and from How Hill, full board accommodation and evening talks.

                View the full itinerary here.

                £825 per person


                Heritage Open Day

                  A rare opportunity to explore all the nooks and crannies of How Hill House. Fascinating guided tours with the Trust’s Director will run throughout the day and the gardens and tearoom will be open .

                  Booking essential. Tel: 01692 678555

                  Free of charge


                  Heritage Open Day

                    A rare opportunity to explore all the nooks and crannies of How Hill House. Fascinating guided tours with the Trust’s Director will run throughout the day and the gardens and tearoom will be open .

                    Booking essential. Tel: 01692 678555

                    Free of charge


                    Craft Fair

                      FRIENDS OF HOW HILL EVENT

                      A huge range of local craft stalls and demonstrations.

                      Dyke dipping and orienteering for children (£1 per child.) Gardens open. refreshments and light lunches available throughout the day.

                      £3 per adult, children and Friends of How Hill free.