Step into spring in the East of England
Leaves are unfurling, spring bulbs are emerging, birds are chirping and lambs have already started to be born. Celebrate the arrival of spring with a visit to one of the places in our care in the East of England.
Blossom is a sure sign that spring has arrived! Nature's own confetti, nothing lifts the spirits quite like the beauty of pink or white petals adorning trees in the springtime.
Nothing says spring quite like lambs gamboling in the fields. Find out where you can see these new arrivals in the East of England, many of which are rare breeds.
Our gardeners are experts in creating the most fantastic floral displays, so we asked one of them for their top tips, to help you plan your gardening jobs this spring.
The East of England has its fair share of bluebells during the spring months. Blickling Estate in Norfolk is in fact one of the top spots in the country to see carpets of the blue flowers.
Discover new art installations, as part of an exciting programme of contemporary arts that have been inspired by our places and supported by Arts Council England
Writers, artists, politicians and a warrior king – whose footsteps will you follow in? Discover more about the places we look after on one of our walks. As well as intriguing tales of history, there are inspiring views and wildlife to uncover.
Daffodils are the emblem of springtime. As they start to make an appearance, discover the best places to see them this spring. It won't be long before they're creating carpets of yellow in the East of England.
For many birdwatchers and wildlife lovers, spring is an exciting time of the year. When will you hear the first sound of a cuckoo or spot the first swallow?
In the year marking 100 years of women first gaining the right to vote, we take a look at the role of women, who have helped shape the fate and history of places in the East of England.
Do you enjoy eating simnel cake at Easter? The catering team at Ickworth have come up with a slight twist on this traditional cake with their simnel cake scone.
We’ve opened our doors to Channel 5 for a series which explores the places we look after. You may be familiar with them, but do you know their secrets and some of the more unusual objects in our care?