Access guide to Felbrigg Hall

A visitor in a wheelchair visiting the Walled Garden at Felbrigg

We want everybody to have a fantastic day when they visit Felbrigg. For those that need to know more about our facilities and access, we have gathered up some of the most important information here so that you know what to expect.

When you arrive


We have 10 designated disabled car parking spaces in our main car park, at the end closest to the house and main facilities. As long as you have your blue badge on display, you do not need to get a parking ticket from one of our machines. 

Need to borrow a wheelchair?

We have manual wheelchairs available from both our garden reception and our main reception. Just ask when you arrive. We also have three powered mobility vehicles available to borrow, perfect if you are visiting the gardens, and a tramper vehicle if you are looking to go slightly further afield. All of these are free to borrow, but donations are welcome. 

A helping hand

If you need to bring a carer with you on your visit, they will be admitted free. Assistance dogs are also welcome into our house and gardens. 

Getting Around

Visiting the House

The ground floor of the house is accessible to wheelchair users, and there is a film in the final room downstairs which gives you a virtual tour of the rooms upstairs.

Visiting the Gardens

Both of the formal gardens at Felbrigg are fully accessible to wheelchair users, and also accessible to mobility vehicles.

Exploring the wider estate

Some of our estate walks can be challenging to navigate in a wheelchair. Access maps are available in our reception which highlight which paths we recommend you take. 

Using the facilities

There is a disabled toilet available in our main toilet block, near to the main visitor reception.