Things to see & do

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Explore the estate

Take one of the waymarked paths and explore the estate. Visit the lake, walk through the woods or stroll through the fields - there's always something to see.

Go for a walk

This varied circular walk through open fields and woods passes a church, lake, ice house and a variety of interesting trees.

Open Cabinets

Inside the chinese lacquer cabinet

From Saturday 17 October to Wednesday 23 October we will be opening the doors on a selection of our more interesting cabinets so you will have an opportunity to see what is on the inside.

Take a break

Take a well earned break in the Squire's Pantry which offers a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks.  There is always a tasty home made soup, together with freshly made sandwiches and cakes.

Dogs are welcome so you can bring your best friend.


Felbrigg Shop

Whether you're looking for a gift, a souvenir or something seasonal you are bound to find something suitable here.

Browse he large range of goods on our shelves which are packed with items ranging from high quality local food and drink, to cards, books and handmade jewellery.

Used Bookshop

Secondhand cookery books at Felbrigg Hallâ¿¿s secondhand bookshop

Run entirely by volunters with all proceeds going towards Felbrigg Hall projects.  Open 11.00 am - 5.00pm unless stated Saturday to Wednesday from March to October. Daily between 21 July and 29 August and 11.00 am - 3.00 pm Thurs - Sunday from 6 November - 21 December. Good quality donations welcomed.

A day in the life of a Head Gardener

A story of Tina, the National Trust Head Gardener at Felbrigg Hall, who is passionate about plants, wildlife and the heritage of her workplace and the surrounding properties and estates of Blickling Hall and Sheringham Park. Watch the film and discover more about a day in the life of Tina working within these beautifully historical environments of North Norfolk.