It is time to embrace the New Year so grab your coat and boots and head to Ickworth.
Make Ickworth part of your Christmas this year.
Enjoy picture-postcard views and wildlife encounters on this family-friendly circular cycle route around some of Ickworth's parkland. Find out some of the historical facts.
Walk around the South Pleasure Grounds in old Ickworth Park.
Enjoy a walk which will take you past hidden parts of the Ickworth Estate.
Enjoy this 3 hour walk 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.
With its history traced back to Domesday, Ickworth park has quite a story to tell. This walk takes around 1½ hours walking you through Ickworth's long history.
The Trim Trail is a walk perhaps for those with more energy to spare.
Join us from December for our new winter trail through the Albana Walk in an exploration of the legacies of the women who helped shape the Ickworth estate.
Get off the beaten track on this two-hour walk, taking in some great views of the estate, and find areas that most visitors miss.
Stepping Forward is a bereavement walking group which uses nature and the great outdoors to help with bereavement
The view from the far side of the canal frames the 1st Earl's summerhouse, the church and the Rotunda beautifully. Enjoy this short one hour walk for the perfect photo and perhaps a picnic outside the summerhouse.
Kevin & Sara run regular Nordic Walking sessions at Ickworth - find out whether this could be the perfect exercise for you!
Let your four legged friends lead you on a voyage of exploration around miles of parkland, every day offering new and exciting discoveries.
Horringer residents can access Ickworth all year round with our Neighbours of Ickworth permits.
Pedal along quiet estate roads and woodland tracks, past fields and fascinating historical features enjoying picture-postcard views and wildlife encounters along the way.
A walk looking at trees, around the Italianate Garden at Ickworth.
Read more here for an update on the possibility of a multi-use trail at Ickworth