Visiting Felbrigg with your dog

Dog walking at Sheringham

A day out with the family isn't complete without your four-legged friend. Here are our top tips to ensure you and your dog make the most out of your day.

Where can my dog go?

You'll be pleased to know that dogs are welcome almost everywhere on the Felbrigg estate, but please note that we are currently asking for them to remain on leads throughout the estate during the bird breeding season, 1 March – 1 August. 

The only places we ask them not to go are the house, and the formal gardens, which includes the West Garden and the Walled Garden.

Bring your dog in with you for a bite to eat in the Squire's Pantry
Dogs enjoying the courtyard
Bring your dog in with you for a bite to eat in the Squire's Pantry

You can even bring your dog with you into the Squire's Pantry while you enjoy a cream tea, and into the shop while you have a browse.

Follow our lead...

We ask visitors to follow the 'canine code' on their visit to Felbrigg.

Take the lead: help reduce the chance of your pup disturbing wildlife by keeping them on a

Scoop that poop: bag it and bin it to keep your favourite places beautiful.

Paws for thought: look out for information signs and take extra care on cliff paths.

Be on the ball: not everyone loves dogs, so keep them close by.

Please help Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate remain a beautiful place by being responsible and clearing up after your dog. You’ll find dog bins in our main car park, our two satellite car parks, and at the beginning of the Victory V walk. Alternatively, please feel free to take any waste home with you and dispose of it there. We have poo bags available in reception if you have misplaced yours.

One of the family

We love dogs here at Felbrigg, and we want to keep them happy and healthy. If it is a hot day, please do not leave your dog in the car - we have plenty of shady spots on the estate to sit or walk, and there are water bowls dotted around our main visitor areas so they can stay hydrated. If you pop into our main reception or shop, your four-legged friend might even discover some treats are up for grabs...