Ludham Bridge, Norfolk

Ludham Bridge tide times



February 2024

Ludham Bridge tide times

Date High tide High tide
Fri23 00:122.3m 13:002.3m
Sat24 00:472.4m 13:322.3m
Sun25 01:182.5m 14:022.3m
Mon26 01:492.5m 14:282.3m
Tue27 02:212.5m 14:552.3m
Wed28 02:542.5m 15:232.2m
Thu29 03:282.5m 15:542.2m


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Things to see and do near Ludham Bridge

If you're planning a visit to Ludham Bridge, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Enjoy Nature – Explore the beautiful surroundings of Ludham Bridge, with its rivers, meadows and water trails. Take a leisurely stroll along the River Ant and visit the nearby nature reserve.
  • Visit the Ludham Bridge Nature Reserve – Home to a variety of wildlife, including kingfishers and otters, the Ludham Bridge Nature Reserve is a great place to view nature and take in the peace and tranquillity.
  • Take a Boat Tour – Take a tour of the Norfolk Broads and see the area from the water. Many companies offer boat tours, and you can even hire your own boat and explore the area at your own pace.
  • Visit the Local Pubs – There are several pubs in the area, including The Black Swan, The Kings Head and The Plough Inn. Here you can sample some of the local ales and enjoy a bite to eat.
  • Visit the Cathedral of St Edmund – The Cathedral of St Edmund in nearby Norwich is the largest church in East Anglia and the oldest in the country. It is a great place to explore and experience the history and architecture of the area.
  • Take a Walk along the Riverbank – The River Ant runs through the area and is a great place for a peaceful stroll. Follow the towpath and soak up the atmosphere.
  • Visit the Local Market – Spend a day at the local market, which is held twice a week in the centre of town. Here you can buy fresh produce and other goods, as well as pick up some souvenirs.
  • Visit the Ludham Bridge Mill – The Ludham Bridge Mill is a Grade II listed building and is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture. Take a tour inside and learn about the history of the mill.
  • Take a Trip to Horsey Beach – Horsey Beach is a great place to take a walk, with its vast expanses of sand and dunes. It is also a great spot for bird watching.
  • Enjoy a Picnic – Pack a picnic and head to the nearby St. Benet’s Abbey, an ancient Benedictine monastery. There are plenty of scenic spots to enjoy your picnic and take in the views.
  • Visit the Thurne Windmill – The Thurne Windmill is a Grade II listed building and is the only windmill in the area. Visit the mill and learn about its history.
  • Visit the Ludham Airfield – The Ludham Airfield is a great place to take a break and watch the aircraft take off and land. There are also several walks around the airfield.
  • Go Fishing – Ludham Bridge is a great spot for fishing, with the River Ant being well stocked with several species of fish.
  • Visit the Local Shops – The small village of Ludham Bridge has several independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Take a look around and pick up some local produce.
  • Explore the Churches – There are several churches in the area, including the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Visit the churches and explore the architecture and history.

There are many things to see and do near Ludham Bridge. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!