From the stunning Norfolk Coast, to discovering the stories and drama behind magnificent houses. Wander around their gardens or enjoy a walk in the countryside. Don't miss a visit to Blickling, Felbrigg, Oxburgh and Sheringham Park at this time of year.
With the arrival of spring, early flowering bulbs such as crocus, tulips, daffodils and alliums emerge. Apple blossom begins to flower and it won't be long before the azaleas and rhododendrons show their magnificent colour.
Why not take the time to wander around the two-acre walled garden at Peckover and enjoy the beautiful displays and bold colours of daffodils and tulips? Look out too for the ginkgo and tulip trees in flower.
With the arrival of spring we see early rhododendrons in flower. Enjoy the colour and scent that comes with primroses, camellias, magnolias, cherry blossom, cowslips and bluebells as the season progresses.
Going on a walk can revive us. Whether you're exploring spring gardens, listening to birdsong in tranquil woods or looking out to sea, spending time in nature can give you a sense of peace and a breather from the stresses of daily life. Why not get in your daily step count with one of our walks?
Discover nature at its finest this Easter whilst taking a stroll around one of our special places. We'll be on the look out for moths and butterflies at Blickling. There will be more nature trails to follow at Felbrigg Hall and Sheringham Park too, as Norfolk has plenty of space to roam.
100 years after the death of Lord Peckover, books from his extraordinary library have returned to Peckover House for the first time. Enjoy our special exhibition for 2019 that celebrates this avid collector and his lost library, which has been made possible thanks to support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
A dormer window collapse back in 2016 has led to an ambitious project to restore Oxburgh's roof, including the Victorian windows and chimney stacks. With your help we can restore this building and save another one of Norfolk's treasures.
Not far from Cambridge you'll find Anglesey Abbey, where the gardens boast colour throughout the year. Head a little further afield and you'll discover Wimpole with its impressive mansion and Home Farm, the distinctive fenland landscape of Wicken Fen and one of the last working mills on the River Ouse.
The question about Suffolk, is where will you visit first? From a landscape made famous by the artist John Constable to the royal burial ground at Sutton Hoo. Enjoy a walk along the coast in the east, to the picturesque wool towns in the west. No visit would be complete without a trip to Ickworth.
There's more to Essex than first meets the eye. Tucked away you'll find lots of hidden gems, from Bourne Mill in Colchester to Paycocke's in Coggeshall. Blake's Wood, Danbury Common and Copt Hall are all great for walks, then there's Hatfield Forest, an ancient royal hunting forest.