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Norfolk

Oxburgh Estate

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

Oxborough, near Swaffham, Norfolk, PE33 9PS

A swan is swimming on the moat surrounding Oxburgh Hall at sunset at Oxburgh Estate.

Important notice

Thursday 27 June - Oxburgh will be closing at 3pm due to a wedding taking place on the grounds. Last admission to the Hall is at 13:45, the shop and tearoom will close at 14:30 (last orders in the tearoom at 14.15, hot food available until 13.45).

Planning your visit

A young child is taking a rest break in a deckchair whilst its sunny and warm at Oxburgh Estate
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Family-friendly things to do at Oxburgh Estate 

Whether you're building a den, becoming a nature explorer or searching for secret doorways, Oxburgh has plenty to keep the whole family entertained.

A view of the tables, chairs and umbrella's in the courtyard at Oxburgh Estate in Norfolk.
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Eating and shopping at Oxburgh Estate 

Enjoy something to eat and drink in the newly refurbished Servants' Hall tea-room or the Pantry café during your visit. You'll also find a shop and the Potting Shed second-hand bookshop.

A family play a ring toss game on the terrace at Oxburgh Estate

Upcoming events at Oxburgh Estate 

Take a look at the events taking place across Oxburgh Estate this summer

A small dog it sitting on the grass in the car parking area with a camper van in the background.
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Visiting Oxburgh Estate with your dog 

Oxburgh Estate is a two pawprint rated place. To help everyone have a fantastic time when you visit with your dog, we ask that you follow this guidance.

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Group visits to Oxburgh Estate 

Oxburgh is an ideal place for a group visit and a memorable day out. If you would like to find out more or to book your group visit, please email oxburghgroups@nationaltrust.org.uk

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Oxburgh Estate Map 2023 

You can download a map of Oxburgh Estate before you visit.

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