Oxburgh Hall

Oxburgh Hall reflected in the moat at sunset.

Important notice -

Apologies, the hall and shop are currently closed whilst we carry out essential building work. The gardens, woods, tea-room and chapel remain open as normal.

15th-century moated manor house

Oxburgh Hall

Things to see and do

Upcoming events

The Embroiderers Guild: Spirit of Oxburgh

Fri 02 Sep 2016
As part of the 300th anniversary celebrations of the birth of 'Capability' Brown, the Embroiderers' Guild is holding the largest exhibition it has ever produced, across the country. Using the landscapes and architecture of Oxburgh as their...

Costume Weekend

Sat 10 Sep 2016
Our costumed volunteers have re-created 15th century life at Oxburgh. Setting up an encampment on the terrace, they illustrate what life would have been like when the hall was built. With craft displays and demonstrations, costumes to try and a...

Secret Music

Sat 01 Oct 2016
Hear beautiful music from Tudor England that may have been sung at Oxburgh in the 16th century. Featuring music by the English composers William Byrd and Thomas Tallis and performed by Eboracum Baroque in the Chapel.

Apple Day

Sun 23 Oct 2016
Celebrate Apple Day by discovering the importance of heritage apples and orchards in Britain. The East of England Apple & Orchards Project will be on hand to offer expert advice, as well as the Master Gardeners' Association, Cockley Cley Wood...

Pumpkin Pastimes

Sat 29 Oct 2016
Find your way around the gardens following the pumpkin trail. Then try the spooky themed crafts in the Armoury and sample one of the delicious pumpkin recipes in the tea-room.

Beat the Christmas Rush!

Wed 09 Nov 2016
Come and enjoy a roast lunch in the tea-room. Take a walk afterwards and visit our shop selling lots of lovely Christmas gifts for all the family. £14.95 for two courses including tea or coffee. Booking essential, please call 01366 328243
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Eating and shopping

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A birdseye view of Oxburgh Hall

Discover our history 

Despite being built during the Wars of the Roses, Oxburgh Hall was never intended to be a castle but a family home. It was completed in 1482 for Sir Edmund Bedingfeld and the family have lived at Oxburgh ever since.

Close-up view of a display cabinet in the Drawing Room at Oxburgh Hall.

Oxburgh Hall's Collection 

From letters by Henry VII, Mary I and Elizabeth I to Mary, Queen of Scots' sewing implements: explore the full collection of unique and wonderful items looked after by the National Trust at Oxburgh Hall.

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Our work

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Oxburgh Hall

Places to stay

A view of Chapel Lodge at Oxburgh Hall

Stay in Chapel Lodge

Located in the grounds of Oxburgh Hall, Chapel Lodge remains true to a 19th century Norfolk country cottage but with a few welcoming added extras. This attractive little cottage is the perfect getaway for two, surrounded by garden and tucked just inside the park wall.