Follow our most ambitious restoration project to date, which will secure the future of this 500 year old building. Along the way we'll share our discoveries, life behind the scenes and opportunities to take a closer look.
After being sold as farmland 70 years ago, 129 acres of historic parkland have now been taken back on by the National Trust, as we work in partnership with a local farmer to create new habitats for wildlife.
With help from specialists responsible for the tapestry reproductions in the BBC period drama Wolf Hall, we've digitally re-created the tapestries that would have once hung in the King’s Room, returning it to how it would have looked at the turn of the century.
While the house is closed, read more the fascinating history of the Bedingfelds and what the contents of this home reveals about the collecting habits of a single family from Tudor times to the present day.
There may not have been an elaborate design for the landscape surrounding Oxburgh Hall, but as you embark on a woodland walk and explore the wider park, there are some great views to enjoy. Keep your eyes peeled for visiting otters in the River Gadder.