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21st century treasure-hunting

Time to prepare for your next adventure and discover some beautiful places you’ve never been to before.

We've been working closely with Cotswold Outdoor and Garmin to create our first ‘official’ geocache trail. This outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices takes you all over Blickling's park. Watch this video to find out how to do it.

Broadland & South Norfolk Fit Together

Blickling Estate is often the venue for free 'Fit Together' health walks, run by Active Norfolk.

Walking is a great way to find out more about the area you live in and to meet new people, as well as experiencing the obvious health benefits. There is a level to suit everyone, from beginners to more experienced walkers and walks often begin at a location where you can have refreshments and a chat after the walk.

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

Join the great 50 Things to do before you're 11¾ campaign. Blckling Estate is a great place to start ticking off your list.  Pick up a free scrapbook from our visitor reception team and get started.

Tick off our top 3 things from your list

  • Set your creativity free © Katherine Bundy

    18. Create some wild art

    Find leaves, twigs, feathers and seed pods and have fun making your creation.

  • Come along to our activity sessions over the summer © NTPL Megan Taylor

    41. Plant it, grow it, eat it

    Get a fruit or vegetable plant or some seeds and plant in a pot with some peat-free compost.

  • Try our geocache trail at Blickling © NTPL/John Millar

    Find a geocache

    All you need is a smart phone or a handheld GPS, then follow the clues and see what you find.

Our summer wild art station

Making wild art

Come along to our wild art station on the parade during the summer holidays and get creative!

Have fun designing your own piece of art using any natural materials you can find.

Or why not hold a fairy tea party? Use a wooden stump for a table, sticks for cutlery, flowers for food and then leave for the fairies to enjoy.