With big skies, a stunning coastline, magnificent houses and gardens to discover, you're spoilt for choice when visiting Norfolk in East Anglia. What will you discover?
One day is never enough. Discover a complete Norfolk estate with something for everyone.
Felbrigg Hall is a mixture of opulence and homeliness. Outside is a gardener's delight, don't miss the Walled Garden.
Home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years, Oxburgh reveals one family's unshakable Catholic faith and story of endurance
Wander through Sheringham Park and discover why it became the personal favourite of landscape designer, Humphry Repton.
An iconic Norfolk Broads landmark, climb to the top for panoramic views across this man-made landscape.
As well as uninterrupted views of the beautiful Norfolk coastline, Blakeney Point is a haven for wildlife.
Morston Quay is the ideal starting point to explore the Norfolk Coast. Why not book a boat trip to see the seals?
Come and enjoy the golden sandy beach at Brancaster, which is part of the iconic Norfolk coastline.
This coming Christmas, we invite you to spend the day exploring the house decked up for a traditional Victorian Christmas with a wild, magical twist. Visit again in the evening and take in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of this magical season.
For Christmas 2023, discover the tale of The Wolves of Wild Wood Hall as you follow a trail through whimsically dressed showrooms, or head out for a wintery walk in the parkland and sample the flavours of the season in the Squire's Pantry tearoom.
Join us for the magic of the festive season at Oxburgh Estate this December
Local volunteers have carried out a day-long beach clean along Blakeney Point, removing plastic waste and other debris that could be hazardous to grey seals and their pups during the upcoming pupping season.
Little terns on Blakeney Point have enjoyed a successful breeding season, in what has been a challenging year for many seabird colonies due to avian influenza.
Oxburgh Estate reveals it’s adapting its historic Parterre Garden for a 21st century climate, during Great Big Green Week.
Following the removal of Stiffkey Bridge in 2022, find out the latest about our project to replace the bridge and the timescales we're working to.
We've collaborated with family-run paint company, Little Greene, to bring you a collection of unique wallpapers inspired by the historic collection at Felbrigg Hall and Oxburgh Estate in Norfolk.
The Wash is one of the most important estuaries in the UK. Therefore, news of a potential new container terminal and tidal scheme in an area designated for its importance to wildlife, is deeply concerning. Some bold claims are being made about ecology and we are keen to seek further information on the detailed plans and data to back these up.
Working with the Environment Agency we’re working to improve the health of the River Bure. Find out more about a special project to keep this river and tributaries healthy to provide diverse habitats to let nature thrive.
Discover how we're restoring the parkland at Oxburgh Estate to become a species rich, native wood pasture once more, which will attract wildlife and increase biodiversity.
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a cause you care about – just three great reasons to volunteer with the National Trust in Norfolk.
If you’re interested in joining one of Norfolk’s local supporter groups and meeting like-minded people to support the Trust’s work, find a volunteer group or association you can join.
From unspoilt sandy beaches to vast heathlands full of wildlife, there are so many reasons to holiday in Norfolk. Whether you’re looking for some hill-free family cycling or want to spot rare birds on the Norfolk Broads, we have lots of self-catering holiday cottages to choose from.
There are a number of sustainable options for travelling to and from the places in our care in Norfolk, whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Here’s a little more information that can help you plan your visit.
Journey through the magically illuminated garden and experience the sights and sounds of nature at our biggest fundraising event of the year, this Christmas.
This Christmas, discover the tale of Norfolk's last wolf pack, its secret hideaway beneath the flagstones of Felbrigg and festive celebrations of an unexpected pact...
Join us for our festive version of our monthly Trust 10 trail run on Sunday 10th December at Blickling Estate. Feeling extra festive? Why not dress up in fancy dress and enter the fancy dress competition?