Oxburgh Hall

A view of Oxburgh Hall after a snowfall.

Important notice -

Our Father Christmas event has limited availability on the door each day. All online tickets are now sold out.

15th-century moated manor house

More about this place

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

Beat the Christmas Rush!

Wed 13 Dec 2017
12:45-15:00
Christmas is always a busy time of year. Relax into it and enjoy it before anyone else!

Father Christmas

Sat 16 Dec 2017
11:00-11:30
Visit Father Christmas in his grotto and tell him your secret Christmas wish and that special present you have been wanting all year. Have fun doing crafts while you wait and take home a gift to remember the occasion.

Christmas at Oxburgh

Sat 16 Dec 2017
11:00-16:00
Come and see Oxburgh Hall (ground floor only) and the family chapel dressed for the 6th Baronet's Victorian family Christmas. Uncover the history of Christmas traditions and admire the artistry of the floral displays. Enjoy Christmas Carols in...

VOLUNTEER AT OXBURGH!

Tue 30 Jan 2018
10:30-14:30
Want to try something new for 2018? Here at Oxburgh we can help you try something new. Have you ever wanted to spend time in a beautiful historic location and engage with like-minded people?
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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

A view of the scaffolding in the courtyard from the roof

Restoration work at Oxburgh Hall continues 

See how your support is helping to restore Oxburgh, a beautiful 500 year old medieval home that is undergoing an ambitious restoration project.

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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