How Hill lies on the River Ant within The Broads National Park in Norfolk, England.
The large Edwardian building houses the Norfolk Broads Study Centre, an independent charitable organisation which runs residential environmental courses for groups of schoolchildren.
The How Hill Nature Reserve is administered by the Broads Authority.
The "Electric Eel" is an electric passenger boat on which visitors can take a trip through the maze of reed-fringed dykes, normally not accessible to the general public.
"Toad Hole Museum" is a former marshman's cottage and also houses the Broads Information Centre.
Boardman's windpump is a trestle or skeleton windpump, and Clayrack Windpump is the same, only smaller.
Just south of How Hill is Turf Fen windpump.
This embroidery pattern was copied from one of How Hill's publicity leaflets from a few years ago.
Famous quotes containing the word hill:
“Tawny are the leaves turned, but they still hold.
It is the harvest; what shall this land produce?
A meager hill of kernels, a runnel of juice.
Declension looks from our land, it is old.”
—John Crowe Ransom (18881974)