The Estate at Felbrigg Hall
The estate at Felbrigg comprises 520 acres of woods, with rolling parkland, a lake and waymarked paths. Also home to a number of species of wildlife, Felbrigg is popular with families and nature enthusiasts alike.
Planted over several generations, the primary purpose of this 380 acre wood was timber production. Today, there are a wide variety of trees of all ages, including ancient Beeches, Oak, some ancient, Sweet Chestnut, Hawthorn, Ash and Sycamore.
We also have several waymarked walks around the estate, of varying lengths and accessibility. Just have a chat with one of the team when you arrive and they can provide you with a map and send you in the right direction. To save on paper copies, please consider downloading a map of the estate at home before your visit, you can find it here. Alternatively, you could take a photo of the new map in the carpark on arrival.