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.

Be inspired

Rhubarb growing in the walled garden at Felbrigg Hall © NT

Be sure to visit the walled garden. With a fantastic array of fruit and vegetables, flowers and shrubs, you can always gain inspiration here.

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.

Great British walk

In October here at Felbrigg you can still 'ramble with a ranger' a 3 mile ramble around the Felbrigg estate learning more about our history,  plants and resident wildlife. Do your own thing and take one of the waymarked routes through the estate, or just wander through the woods scuffing up the falling leaves.

Summer cycling

Enjoy cycling through the park

  • Regional route 30 is our nearest Sustrans route.
  • Cycle racks are provided in the car park
  • Cycling on the footpaths around the estate, or try Regional Route 33 which links Felbrigg with Blickling
  • Refill your water bottle at the Squire's Pantry
  • Borrow a lock, pump or repair kit from Reception, or the shop when the house is closed.

Felbrigg events

We hold events  throughout the Summer and this year, amongst other things, you can enjoy an outdoor concert performed by the Felbrigg Hall singers, or an evening bat walk around the estate.

In the Hall  this summer we are fortunate to have an Exhibition of contemporary art commissioned especially  for us by Norfolk Contemporary Art Society. 

Outdoor fun in the park © Steve Haywood

Outdoor fun in the park

50 things to do

  • Hunt for bugs
  • Catch a falling leaf
  • Fly a kite
  • Run round in the rain
  • Make a trail with sticks
  • Create some wild art
  • Make a grass trumpet
  • Go bird watching
  • Find your way with a map and a compass
  • Find a geocache

Pick up your free copy of My Adventure Scrapbook from Reception which gives details of these and all the other 40 things to do before you're 11¾ .

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