News & Projects

There are always things going on behind the scenes at Oxburgh. Take a look at some of our more recent projects.

The House Manager taking a closer look at the first tapestry.

Restoring the King's Room to a state worthy of a royal visit

We're reproducing the tapestries in the King's Room to take it back to how it would have looked at the turn of the century.

A Golden Alder Tree with detail of it's bright gold leaves

The perfect gift! Help us plant new trees on the canal bank

Help us provide some autumnal colour in our 19th Century garden by supporting the planting of five Golden Alder trees (Alnus incana ‘Aurea’)

Close up view of Dorothy Plumpton

Portrait returns after its history is traced to Oxburgh Hall

Anna Forrest is Oxburgh Hall’s curator and reveals the story behind the return of a rather special portrait to the collection…

Wallpaper. Flock-on-gilt, green, red and gilt on a yellow ground.

Peeling back the layers at Oxburgh Hall

There are vibrant gothic revival papers on the walls of the Saloon, Drawing Room, Library, Dining Room, North Bedroom and Boudoir. Now the history of some of the most interesting wallpapers is revealed.