After a year of being shrouded in scaffolding, the House has been unveiled for you to discover the treasures within.
A gentle stroll around the North Lawn and Italianate Garden, including the mysterious Victorian Stumpery
Horringer and Chevington residents can access Ickworth all year round with our Neighbours of Ickworth permits.
Enjoy this 3 hour walk or cycle around the estate visiting the monument which was erected in 1817 by the people of Derry as a memorial to Frederick Hervey, the 4th Earl of Bristol.
Get off the beaten track on this two-hour walk, taking in some hidden views of the estate, and discover Ickworth's lesser known areas on the estate.
Enjoy picture-postcard views and wildlife encounters on this family-friendly circular walking and cycling route around some of Ickworth's parkland.
The Albana is a short circular walk originally designed as an easy walk for ladies of leisure.
Let your four legged friends lead you on a voyage of exploration around miles of parkland, every day offering new and exciting discoveries.
With its history traced back to Domesday, Ickworth has quite a story to tell.
A circular walk discovering the picture perfect spots around the Walled Garden and canal lake.
A circular walk taking in the ancient woodlands and both the estates lakes.
It is time to embrace the New Year so grab your coat and boots and head to Ickworth.
Grab your running shoes, get the family involved and help protect Ickworth for the future.
Grab a tasty bite to eat or a takeaway drink before heading out for a walk with your four legged friend.
Our top tips for keeping cool and enjoying the sunshine at Ickworth.
Put on your wellies and relish the rain at Ickworth under the grey skies.
Stepping Forward is a bereavement walking group which uses nature and the great outdoors to help with bereavement
Kevin & Sara run regular Nordic Walking sessions at Ickworth - find out whether this could be the perfect exercise for you!