48 Days of Summer at Oxburgh Hall
The sun on your face, those unique and unforgettable smells that remind you of fun times and the holidays. Summer is here! The holidays are perfect for getting out and about and having fun, exploring somewhere new or discovering new ways to enjoy somewhere special. Whether you are looking for your latest adventure, or a lazy day relaxing in a deck chair enjoying a picnic, outdoor games, from chess to croquet, Oxburgh has plenty.
Enjoy every moment of summer. Download our easy guide to whats on at Oxburgh Hall this holiday. Stick it to your fridge, stuff it in your pocket, its yours!
Jump in the Oxburgh time machine
Join us for a leap back in time to the medieval period with Tudor Tuesdays (every Tuesday 31 July - 4 September) and our War of the Roses Re-enactment weekend (11-12 August). Dress as a Tudor maid, a Lord or Lady of the manor, or their loyal knight. See medieval diplays of combat, archery, and even canon firing when Oxburgh turns into an army encampment for a weekend.
Or for something a little quieter, try the ancient art of scything (21 July) in the orchard.
Go Wild Outdoors
Every Wednesday in August head to the Den Building Area and discover fun ways to enjoy the woods. There's trails, bug hunting, den building, and more.
If you fancy something less active, then you can always enjoy our giant chess set on the terrace.
On any day of the week you can enjoy a walkaround the estate. Maybe you might see an otter, Barn owl, or deer that have made Oxburgh their home.
Beautiful gardens and fascinating history
No matter when you come there are always our stunning gardens to enjoy and the 500 year history of the house to discover.
The French Parterre and walled garden come into full bloom over August and September bringing vivid colour to the gardens.
This summer we have added to our collection in the house. See our new tapestries in a room fit for a King, and there's always the Marian Hangings stitched by Mary Queen of Scots herself.
Discover why the family was so important in medieval times, and why Catholic priests were forced to hide in the Priest Hole. Do you dare go inside?
We hope to see you this summer and that you love Oxburgh Hall as much as we do. We are a charity and every visit, purchase, or donation that you make helps us look after Oxburgh Hall for generations to come.