Explore the wider estate at Blickling
Covering 4,600 acres with 950 acres of woodland and parkland, and 3,500 acres of farmland, Blickling Estate is great for exploring alone, with friends and family or your four-legged friends.
Livestock graze freely, so please keep dogs under close control at all times. We also ask that you keep your dog on a lead when in the car park and whilst walking around the lake. Please always respect other park users. Dogs are welcome in the Farmyard outdoors are, where you will find Blickling's second-hand bookshop, plant centre and courtyard cafe. They are also welcome in the back room of Muddy Boots cafe and in the Buckinghamshire Arms pub.
Click here to find out more about dog walking at Blickling Estate.
Having been returned from arable land, the formal park and the livestock on it constitute an important grazing scheme at Blickling. Look out for cows and sheep at different times throughout the year.
Please note: the sheep return to our fields in April, so please keep dogs on leads at all times in areas with livestock.
You can walk across much of this historic countryside using waymarked routes and the estate also connects with other national paths, including the Weavers Way (PDF / 0.7MB) download . Just speak to a member of the visitor welcome team on arrival and they'll suggest the best walk depending on what you'd like to see and how much time you've got.
Blickling Parish Church
Blickling Parish Church is an architectural delight set within the Blickling Estate, and right next to the hall itself. It's open daily for you to explore and has a varied porgramme of events throughout the year.