Enjoy spring at Oxburgh Hall

A clump of Brockhampton daffodils

There's plenty of space for a wander in the spring sunshine at Oxburgh Hall. In the woodlands drifts of snowdrops and aconites are returning to the soil and daffodils are arriving to herald the start of spring.

Seasonal Highlights

Daffodils in bloom at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk.

Spring Flowers

Our daffodils are already beginning to bloom. Throughout the season we will have a large variety on show; including pheasant eye, miniatures and double-headed daffodils.

Blossom in the orchard of Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Blossoming fruit trees

Within the orchard you’ll find fruit trees from around East Anglia, including heritage varieties from Norfolk. The best time to see these trees in blossom is late March through April, when the orchard is also surrounded by a wildflower meadow.

My Lady's Wood in spring
My Lady's Wood in spring, Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk
My Lady's Wood in spring