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Snowdrops at Oxburgh Estate

A close-up photo of snowdrops poking through snowy ground on a crisp, bright sunny winter day
Snowdrops at Sheringham Park in Norfolk | © National Trust Images/Rob Coleman

Come and spy the first glimpse of spring as the snowdrops start to peek through the soil and provide a taste of what the change in season will bring over the coming weeks and months.

Snowdrops at Oxburgh Estate

Late winter and early spring at Oxburgh Estate is a natural wonder… Sweeping blankets of snowdrops offer visitors their first glimpse of the changing season ahead and the delights instore.

As the season moves on, aconites make their return, signalling the way for daffodils and bluebells to follow. Through the formal gardens and across the wider estate, the new season awakens and brings with it a sense of new beginnings, intrigue, and wonder.

Throughout the season, the Servant’s Hall tearoom will be open and ready to welcome you for a warm drink or a cream tea, and the courtyard shop will be open showcasing a selection of spring plants, garden essentials and beautiful gifts.

In Oxburgh Hall itself, visitors can explore the captivating history of the Bedingfeld family, including the 16th century priest hole, the captivating Oxburgh Hangings and an exquisite collection of wallpapers thought to be the most extensive in the National Trust today.

From weekends at the beginning of February, we will be offering Snowdrop Tours across the estate. You can view the details about the tours and book your space below:

Snowdrops at Oxburgh Estate: Gardener led tours | National Trust