Felbrigg Hall is one of the finest country houses in East Anglia.
It boasts a fine gothic style library and a magnificent collection of Grand Tour paintings.
The house, its contents, and estate was left to the National Trust by Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, the last Squire of Felbrigg Hall, who died in 1969.
The gardens never fail to delight and inspire all our visitors.
See the fruit and vegetables growing in the walled garden; the imposing double borders; the beehives in the orchard and the bantams, peacocks and guinea fowl. Don't miss the magnificent redwood trees in the west garden.
Felbrigg has one of the few octagonal working dovecotes in the country, dating back to the early 1750s.
The Felbrigg estate today divides into two distinct parts, the deep woods to the north (known as the Great Wood) and the area of open parkland to the south of the house.
With many way-marked walks you can explore the estate and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
Explore the estate
Take one of the waymarked paths and explore the estate. Visit the lake, walk through the woods or stroll through the fields - there's always something to see.
Go for a walk
Explore our Church and Ice House trail passing through fields, wood, an ice house and a hidden lake or tackle the 'Mountain Walk' and enjoy a combined gradient of over 1, 140 feet.
Discover the trails below
The walled garden at Felbrigg is one of East Anglia's fines. At any time of the year there is always plenty to inspire you, from the spring bulbs to the autumn fruit and of course all the spectacular summer colour.
Take a break
Take a well-earned break in the Squire's Pantry which offers a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks. There is always a tasty homemade soup, together with freshly made sandwiches and cakes.
Dogs are welcome so you can bring your best friend.
Whether you're looking for a gift, a souvenir or something seasonal you are bound to find something suitable here.
Browse the large range of goods on our shelves which are packed with items ranging from high quality local food and drink, to cards, books and handmade jewellery.
Run entirely by volunteers with all proceeds going towards Felbrigg Hall projects.
Open Saturday to Wednesday, 11.00 am - 5.00pm, unless stated, from March to October.
Open daily from 11.00am – 5.00pm between 21 July and 29 August
Open between 11.00 am - 3.00 pm Thurs - Sunday from 6 November - 21 December.
Good quality donations welcomed.