Things to see & do

Oxburgh Hall

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The South Corridor stands on the site of the original Great Hall © NTPL

The South Corridor stands on the site of the original Great Hall

New Architecture Exhibition in May

From bricks to battlements - the architecture of Oxburgh

Learn about Oxburgh through centuries of change and how it has evolved through each generation of the Bedingfeld family. Find out more about the Medieval Gatehouse, the demolition of the Great Hall, and the Victorian re-modelling of the interiors.

3 May - 3 June, normal admission

 

New Den Building Area now open

Fancy getting closer to nature? Our staff and volunteers have created something new. To find it, walk down into Home Covert and find the rustic arch-way to the woven dome. Time to get creative!

Walking - explore on foot

Bring the family for a walk

Come to Oxburgh and explore the wonderful grounds and surrounding countryside

Don't miss

  • The panoramic views from the roof
  • Crawling inside the priest's secret hiding hole
  • Magnificent needlework by Mary, Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick
  • The Victorian parterre and herbaceous border
  • The newly rebuilt greenhouse in the kitchen garden
  • Wildlife woodcarvings on our woodland trails

Bats about wildlife?

Join our Bat Walk on 9 May, or our Dawn Chorus Walk on 11 May.

SPECIAL OFFER - Pay only £16 if you book them both!

Picnics

Visitors enjoying a picnic in the special area in the car park © Graham Donachie

If you'd like to bring a picnic there's an area with tables in the car park set aside for you.

You can also now picnic inside the grounds if you wish.

Photography

Learn to take amazing wildlife photos © Arnel de Serra

Please feel free to take pictures, however there is no flash photography within the Hall.

Dogs

Roger enjoying the bluebells © National Trust

We welcome dogs on leads in the grassy car park area but not in the formal garden or woodlands.

Assistance dogs are allowed at Oxburgh, including inside the house.

National Trust membership

With so much to see and explore, a National Trust membership will give many wonderful free days out.

Join at Oxburgh Hall and we will refund your entrance fee.

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