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.

Take a break

Teapots and milk jugs hanging up in the tearoom at Felbrigg Hall. © NTPL

Take a well earned break - relax and unwind with a cup of tea and some delicious cake, or a snack in the Turret tea room.

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.

Discover more

small mantle clock at Felbrigg Hall © NTPL

There are over 13,000 items in the collection bequeathed to us together with the house and estate.

You can now view some of our historic collection online.

Kitchen restoration

Restored to its former glory, the kitchen at Felbrigg Hall has been brought back to life; continuing the story of food and dining on this bountiful estate.

Felbrigg close up

  • Stonework above the front door of Felbrigg Hall © NTPL

    Set in stone

    The stonework detail above the front door.

  • Leather fire buckets hanging on the wall at Felbrigg Hall © NTPL

    Be prepared

    Leather fire buckets in the south corridor bear the initials of Rachel Anne Ketton.

  • Close up detail on the boulle cabinet at Felbrigg Hall © NTPL


    Marvel at the intricate detail on a Boulle cabinet in the drawing room.