May half term at Oxburgh Hall

A family walk along the river in My Lady's Wood

Looking for some inspiration of where to take the family this May half-term? Enjoy a day out with us at Oxburgh Hall and don't miss our Bee Weekend.

There's plenty of choice if you're looking to explore as a family this May half-term. From activities and trails that help you explore the hall, gardens and estate, we've also got plenty of outdoor games, including croquet and giant chess. 

50 things to do before you're 11¾

Learn wild survival skills such as den building

No. 4 Build a den

Explore the woodlands at Oxburgh Hall, where you’ll find plenty of sticks for building your den. Be creative, once it’s up, crawl in and have fun.

Family picnic on the lawn outside Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

No. 9 Eat a picnic in the wild

There’s something very British about packing up a picnic and enjoying it regardless of the weather. At Oxburgh you won’t have to look far for the perfect spot surrounded by nature.

A family sitting on the bridge playing pooh sticks at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

No. 19 Play pooh sticks

The River Gadder flows through My Lady’s Wood, which is where you’ll find a number of wooden bridges, which make the perfect spot to challenge a sibling to play pooh sticks.

Bee Weekend

Don't miss our Bee Weekend on 1 and 2 June, when you can join us to celebrate the value of bees. The West Norfolk Bee-keeping Association will be here alongside other exhibitors with various interactive displays so that you can discover the wonderful world of bees.

Bees are vital to the natural environment
Bee Weekend
Bees are vital to the natural environment