Oxburgh Hall

Important notice -

The gardens, estate, Pantry Café and ground floor rooms of the house are open. The Tea Room is closed and undergoing refurbishment. Please note that the house is now free of scaffolding following our Raise the Roof project.

Home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years, Oxburgh reveals one family's unshakable Catholic faith and story of endurance

Oxburgh Hall

Things to see and do

Upcoming events

Chatty Café

Wed 06 Jul 2022
Every Wednesday Oxburgh is home to a Chatter & Natter table as part of Chatty Café’s work to bring people together from all walks of life.

Daily Tours

Wed 06 Jul 2022
There are often a variety of tours running throughout the year, where you can delve deeper into Oxburgh's history with our talented team of volunteers.

Festival of Archaeology: Oxburgh underground secrets guided walk

Sat 16 Jul 2022
Travel through time on a guided tour of Oxburgh’s landscape and delve into the past to discover the secrets hiding beneath your feet.

Festival of Archaeology: Underfloor secrets display

Sat 16 Jul 2022
An archaeologist working alone through lockdown in the attic rooms of Oxburgh Hall uncovered thousands of rare items under the floorboards. This is your chance to see some of them up close.

Come out and Play at Oxburgh Hall

Mon 25 Jul 2022
Ready for an adventure? Join us for a summer of fun and games at Oxburgh Hall.

Outdoor Theatre: The Gunpowder Plot

Sat 03 Sep 2022
The Three Inch Fools hit the road with a bang. Cue an explosive evening of short fuses and tall tales, as five actors try to pull off the most infamous conspiracy in history.
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What's on

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Delicious and divine scones

Eating at Oxburgh Hall  

The tea-room is currently closed and undergoing refurbishment. The Pantry Café is open and serving hot and cold drinks, snacks, cakes and light lunches; with outdoor seating and takeaway options available.

Oxburgh Hall

Our work


The project explained

Following the unexpected collapse of a dormer window, a structural weakness to the roofline was exposed. Now we’re undertaking the most ambitious conservation project we’ve ever carried out. The £6million project will see repairs carried out to the roof, windows, chimneys and medieval gatehouse façade, securing Oxburgh’s future and the collection within.

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Oxburgh Hall

Art and collections

View of the Library, Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Explore Oxburgh's collection  

It’s testament to the family’s determination that so much of the collection still remains, including precious items which illustrate the importance of their Catholic faith. Discover more about Oxburgh’s collection here.

Oxburgh Hall

Get involved

A volunteer talking with visitors at Oxburgh Hall

Volunteer at Oxburgh Hall 

Making new friends, working in an amazing place and knowing that you're helping a great cause are three fabulous reasons to get involved in volunteering at Oxburgh Hall. 

Oxburgh Hall

Places to stay

Stay in Chapel Lodge

Nestled within the grounds of Oxburgh Hall, Chapel Lodge is a cosy holiday cottage for two. Once home to estate workers, this attractive little cottage is now the perfect romantic getaway. Tucked just inside the park wall, with decorative features and a small garden, it's an ideal base for exploring West Norfolk.