Things to see & do
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National Gardens Scheme, 17 August
At 2pm, join Graham Donachie, the former Head Gardener, to hear his stories of 30 years at Oxburgh Hall.
Enjoy the Parterre which is looking at its best at this time of year, and walk beside the orchard to see the lavender, which is now being used in our tea room in wonderful lavender scented scones and shortbread.
- 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
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.
Please feel free to take pictures, however there is no flash photography within the Hall.
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.