East of England

With its beautiful coastline, countryside, stately homes, glorious gardens and picturesque villages, East Anglia has so much to offer.

Places to visit

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

Where you can visit 

We're starting to reopen some National Trust gardens and parks, as well as car parks, in line with government guidance. You will need to book your visit in advance. In East Anglia, you can now book visits to Blickling Estate, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park, Oxburgh Hall, Wicken Fen, Houghton Mill, Anglesey Abbey, Wimpole Estate, Dunwich Heath, Ickworth, Sutton Hoo and Hatfield Forest. We'll be opening new places when we can, so check back each week.

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In the news...
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.

A male skylark singing in flight

Nature-friendly farming methods allow biodiversity to flourish at Wimpole 

Nature and soil health are flourishing at Wimpole Home Farm near Cambridge according to the results of a full ‘health-check’ into its biodiversity, carbon levels and levels of public accessibility.