Oxburgh Hall

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Important notice -

The House, Tea Room & Shop are open as usual since 3rd May 2018.

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Dog Walking At Oxburgh Hall 

Enjoy a walk with your dog through the 70 acres of gardens and woodland at Oxburgh.

Upcoming events

Summer Outdoor Theatre - The Tempest

Thu 19 Jul 2018
Prepare to be enchanted this summer! The Lord Chamberlain's Men presents The Tempest, Shakespeare's powerful story of revenge and true love set on a mystical island. Filled with drama and comedy The Tempest is not to be missed.

Scything Day

Sat 21 Jul 2018
Have a go at scything, the traditional way to cut grass rather than using mowers and strimmers. Not only that, it's a great way to keep fit! Our expert scythers will be cutting the meadow in our orchard. Richard from Emorsgate Seeds will be on...

Tudor Tuesdays

Tue 31 Jul 2018
Be transported back to 15th century England, when Oxburgh was built, by dressing up as the Lord or Lady of the manor. Even become a Yeoman with shield and sword or a daughter of the house with long skirts. Suitable for kids big and small!

Go Wild in the Woods -Drop in Activities

Wed 01 Aug 2018
Come and join the Outdoors Team in Home Covert woodland and participate in a range of woodland activities. You may be whittling sticks, making charcoal, collecting firewood, toasting marshmallows over an open fire, drinking hot chocolate, den...

Celebrating Water in Norfolk

Tue 07 Aug 2018
Going with the Flow - come and discover the watery world we inhabit, live by and how we may impact on it. Have a close up look at fish, crayfish and the creepy crawlies that we find in our rivers - and much more besides!

War of the Roses

Sat 11 Aug 2018
What was life like as a medieval soldier in the 15th century? What did they use? How did they eat? What did they look like? Find out how members of the family would have lived as soldiers during the War of the Roses as Oxburgh Hall becomes a...
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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.

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Our work

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Join or give

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Join the team at Oxburgh Hall 

Oxburgh is a very special place. Have you ever considered making Oxburgh more than a visit? Whatever your skills and interests, there are plenty of ways you can get involved!

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Schoolchildren on the rooftop

Discover a different way to learn 

Are you looking for an exciting educational trip? Why not visit Oxburgh Hall? We offer both house and garden activities suitable for all ages!

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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.

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Art and collections

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.

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Oxburgh Hall on the National Trust Collections website