Christmas in Norfolk

Our places in Norfolk are ready to share their festive traditions with you. Father Christmas, carols, houses decorated for the season, crafts and seasonal treats; there's plenty of things to do. Plus every time you visit you're helping us to look after these special places. So why not make us part of your Christmas?

The tree lined front drive at Blickling Hall

Blickling in a new light 

There's something really rather magical about a visit to Blickling in the lead up to Christmas. From the iconic Christmas trees lining the drive to the garden of lights where you can wander through the parterre, along the temple walk and round to the walled garden. Warm up with festive treats in the café and enjoy a spot of Christmas shopping in the Loft Gallery whilst you're here.

Christmas is coming...
Family looking at sparkling lights in the garden

Enchanted Felbrigg 

A seasonal experience that all the family will enjoy. Follow a winter trail through the gardens and enchanted woodland at Felbrigg Hall, surrounded by nature in all its winter glory. On your journey, you'll be able to enjoy carols in the courtyard, illuminations, crafts, and tasty winter treats.

A bottle of sherry and glasses on a tray in front of the Christmas tree

A Victorian Christmas at Oxburgh 

Come and see the ground floor rooms of Oxburgh Hall and the King's Room decorated for a Bedingfeld family Christmas. Uncover the history of Christmas traditions, be greeted by Victorian house staff and enjoy the sights, scents and sounds that fill the air this festive season.

Child decorating a Christmas tree

A community affair at Peckover 

Selected rooms of Peckover House will be decorated for Christmas with festive floral arrangements. Enjoy Christmas trees brought in by community groups, reflecting and continuing the Peckovers’ legacy of involvement in the community, and music by local choirs and musicians.

Meet Father Christmas
Father Christmas and a young girl

Father Christmas at Oxburgh 

At Oxburgh Hall you can visit Father Christmas in his grotto and let him know your Christmas wish. Timed tickets help make sure you’re never having to wait too long to see him either.

Christmas carols and crafts
Carved table music score

Secret Tudor music at Advent 

At the start of Advent, enjoy the sounds of Eboracum Baroque in the family chapel at Oxburgh Hall. During the Reformation, the Bedingfeld family would have concealed their Catholic faith. Experience the ‘secret music’ composed to be performed during masses by Catholic priests who found refuge in priest holes, like the one in the King’s Room.

Winter walks

Wishing you a Merry Christmas

Season's greetings and a heart felt thank you from all of us. Your support is helping us care for special places like this, for ever, for everyone.