View across the Parterre towards Blickling Hall

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

Places to visit

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The octagonal dovecote in the Walled Garden at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

Places to visit in Norfolk 

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.

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Summer holidays in Norfolk 

Whether you live here, or are coming to Norfolk on holiday, we've got lots of great ideas for your next family day out. From crabbing at Blakeney, cycling at Blickling to den building at Oxburgh. You can even become a nature detective at Sheringham Park.

Don't miss this summer

The double borders in the walled garden at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

Felbrigg’s exotic plants weathering the heatwave 

While the hot weather is putting strain on many traditional garden plants, the unusual and exotic planting at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk is thriving.

The temple at Sheringham Park

Celebrating the life and work of Humphry Repton 

200 years since the death of Humphry Repton, we celebrate his life and work with a special programme of events at Sheringham Park, which is widely believed to be one of the best surviving examples of a Repton landscape.

In the news...
An otter in the River Gadder at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

£1.6 million project to help revive a Norfolk river 

Otter sightings are on the rise in the River Gadder at Oxburgh Hall and there's more good news, as we embark on an even bigger restoration project for the River Bure.

Purple emperor butterfly

Purple Emperor strikes back at Sheringham Park

The rarely seen Purple Emperor butterfly has been spotted at Sheringham Park for a third year, suggesting Norfolk now has its first breeding colony.

Maria Jordan working on a valance from the Spangled bed, Knole

Bed fit for a king is restored in Norfolk 

In a project lasting more than ten years, two state beds, including one commissioned for King James II, have been conserved in the National Trust’s Textile Conservation Studio in Norfolk.

the brown reeds are in the foreground against the blue sky in the back ground with blue water creeks meandering through
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Some of our favourite walks
A family enjoying a leisurely walk at Oxburgh Hall

Walking in Norfolk 

Enjoy a walk along the Norfolk Coast or discover the beautiful countryside and woodlands at Sheringham Park and Felbrigg, Blickling and Oxburgh Estates.

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