Wind Energy Museum-The Morse Collection

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Closed for resoration in 2022. The Wind Energy Museum - Morse Collection at Repps with Bastwick is the only historical collection of wind engines in Britain, demonstrating the history of Norfolk drainage, with an example of a working scoop wheel.

Set in 2 acres, we have working demonstrations of wind power spanning 200 years. The Wind Energy Museum is home to a unique collection that cannot be found anywhere else in the UK. We pride ourselves on offering a tailored visit to meet your groups’ requirements.

Your visit will include an informal guided tour & working demonstrations and our strawberry cream teas are a must! Or try our Strawberry Walk which includes a tour around the Wind Energy museum, guided walk to Thurne Mill and back for a strawberry tea.

Guide Prices

2017 Group Rates: £6 per person (subject to a minimum of £35). Entrance includes guided tour and choice of either Ploughman's or Strawberry Cream Tea.



  • Children welcome


  • Coach parking - Free parking on site if pre-booked.
  • Drop Off Point - On site
  • Facilities for Coach Driver - Free entry and Strawberry Cream Tea
  • Guided tours for groups
  • Typical visit duration - 2

Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities

  • Mobile phone coverage


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Road
Follow A149 towards Repps with Bastick. When reaching Repps turn left into Church Road, stay on this road past the church and then turn right onto Staithe Road. Once in Staithe Road continue along until you come to a sharp right hand bend - the museum is sharp left up the slope and along the track

By bus:
Number 6 bus comes from Great Yarmouth to Stalham and stops at Repps with Bastwick - it is then a 40 minute walk

By boat:
Moor at Potter Heigham and head along the riverbank away from the village.
Moor at Thurne/Thurne Mill and head along the Weavers Way towards Potter Heigham - this is approx. a 35-45 minute walk.

Wind Energy Museum-The Morse Collection

Type:Educational Group Visits

Wind Energy Museum-The Morse Collection, Marsh Road (Off Staithe Road), Repps With Bastwick, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 5JU

Tel: 01692 670204


  • East of England AwardsBroads Tourism Broads Tourism 2016

Opening Times

* Please call directly for opening times.

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