Oxburgh Hall

Oxburgh Hall with the trees in autumn colour

Important notice -

Due to breeding season the circular path through the southern parkland is not permitted to visitors until further notice. All other areas are open.

15th-century moated manor house

A dog wearing a coat, embossed with the words 'Dog walking at Oxburgh. What's your opinion?'

Dog Walking At Oxburgh Hall 

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

Upcoming events

Apple Day

Sun 08 Oct 2017
10:30-16:30
An event to promote the importance of heritage apples, orchards and especially those that originate in the East of England. The East of England Apple and Orchards Project will be on hand to raise awareness of the different apple varieties.

Oxburgh by Candlelight

Fri 27 Oct 2017
17:00-18:00
Join us for a candlelit tour of Oxburgh Hall after dark. See the Hall in a different light and discover more of its secrets. Find out what made a Victorian All Hallows Eve and listen to traditional tales in the King's Room. Booking is...

Pumpkin Event

Sat 28 Oct 2017
10:30-16:00
Explore the grounds finding the Oxburgh grown pumpkins, discovering their hidden secrets. Featuring bats, beasties and ghouls. Find your way to the decorated Armoury and join in with the craft activities.

Beat the Christmas Rush!

Wed 08 Nov 2017
12:45-15:00
Christmas is always a busy time of year. Relax into it and enjoy it before anyone else!

Secret Tudor Music at Advent

Sat 25 Nov 2017
18:00-20:00
Hear moving music by English composers such as William Byrd and Thomas Tallis performed by Eboracum Baroque in the perfect setting for Advent, the family chapel at Oxburgh Hall.

Wreath Making Workshop

Fri 01 Dec 2017
10:00-16:00
Join the Gardener and volunteers for a day and discover your creative talents in making a Christmas wreath. Based on a metal ring which will be completely covered in moss and greenery collected from the estate and then finished off with...
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History

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.

A birdseye view of Oxburgh Hall

History of Oxburgh Hall 

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.

Oxburgh's colourful Parterre garden.

Gardens and Estate at Oxburgh Hall 

Whether you would prefer to relax in the tranquility of the formal gardens or embark on a woodland trail with the family, the beautiful gardens at Oxburgh are the perfect place to enjoy nature at its best. Explore them on your visit.

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Our work

The House Manager taking a closer look at the first tapestry.

News & Projects 

Find out what we've been up to and learn about ongoing projects at Oxburgh Hall.

Volunteers taking care of the plants in the Victorian Greenhouse

Join the team at Oxburgh Hall 

Have you ever considered joining the team at Oxburgh? Whatever your skills and interests, there are plenty of ways you can get involved!

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Learning

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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

Our collections

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