Bluebells in woodland setting

Big skies, a stunning coastline, magnificent houses and gardens. You're spoilt for choice in Norfolk.

Places to visit

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View from the top of the gazebo viewing tower

Where you can visit 

We recommend you book in advance for visits to our places, especially at busy times such as weekends and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking isn't always necessary at Blickling, Felbrigg, Oxburgh Hall, Sheringham Park and Peckover.

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Places you can visit

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Places to stay
Exterior of Mustard Pot, Cromer, Norfolk

Places to stay 

Whether you're looking to stay in a romantic retreat with a loved one or idyllic cottage with friends. Choose from gatehouses, watermills, even a large manor house for your next holiday in Norfolk.

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125 treasures

Celebrating 125 treasures in our collections 

From artistic masterpieces and vast tapestries to precious personal possessions, the range and breadth of the collections in our care is astonishing. Get closer to a selection of these remarkable objects featured in a new book – 125 Treasures from the Collections of the National Trust – and dig deeper into their stories.

Ancient trees look out towards the new parkland

Historic parkland project underway at Oxburgh Hall 

Restoring the parkland to its 19th century heyday will create one of the largest wood pastures in the Trust, help attract more wildlife and create a habitat more resilient to climate change.

Chocolate and Boer War Helmet Oxburgh Hall

121-year-old chocolate discovered at Oxburgh Hall 

Chocolate commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1900, still within its original wrapper and tin, has been discovered in a Boer War helmet at Oxburgh Hall.

House Steward Ellie, cleans the State Bedroom carpet

Ground breaking new pest control trial at Blickling Hall

We're beginning a ground breaking new pest-control trial, using natural methods in a combination not previously used in a heritage setting to tackle clothes moths.

A Sandwich Tern flying to feed a fish to its chick

Best breeding season for rare little terns for 25 years

One of the UK’s few remaining little tern colonies at Blakeney National Nature Reserve has had its most successful season for 25 years thanks to a lack of disturbance, few predators and a helping of luck. This year, nesting pairs of little terns fledged over 200 chicks at Blakeney Point.

Cow (female) bonding with her seal pup

The way we count seal pups is changing at England's largest grey seal colony

The grey seal colony at Blakeney National Nature Reserve is expanding at such a rate, rangers are having to change the way we count the new-born pups.

Anna Forrest, Curator, holding a document at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Archaeologist discovers rare items under the floor of Oxburgh Hall

An archaeologist working alone through lockdown in the attic rooms of Oxburgh Hall has uncovered thousands of rare items under the floorboards. The variety, age and significance of the items found and what they reveal make it a unique discovery.

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Oxburgh Hall scaffolding

Oxburgh Hall's Roof Project

Follow our most ambitious restoration project to date, which will secure the future of this 500 year old building. Along the way we'll share our discoveries, life behind the scenes and opportunities to take a closer look.