Walks at Oxburgh Hall

Group of people wrapped up for winter going for a walk

Whether you're looking for a short stroll around the garden, fancy exploring the wider estate or want to venture further afield, with a walk that takes in the village, local churches and surrounding farmland. Lace up those walking boots and try our recommended routes around Oxburgh Hall.

Short Walks

As well as enjoying a stroll around the formal gardens at Oxburgh Hall, we'd recommend the family’s historic pleasure ground, known as the Wilderness, for those looking for a short walk. You can also take a riverside stroll through My Lady’s Wood, where you may be lucky enough to spot a kingfisher, water vole or even an otter.

Long Walks 

The estate is a great place for those wanting to stretch their legs. With 70 acres in our care, you'll be able to wander along the river, through woodland and meadows, all home to an abundance of wildlife. If you've got the time and energy, explore Home Covert, which is a little more off the beaten track. Just follow the footpaths and signs, as we help point you in the right direction.

Leaflets are available from the ticket office on arrival, including maps for wheelchair and buggy access. 

Walks further afield

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