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Somerleyton Hall Gardens

One of the finest Victorian Stately homes and gardens in the wilds of East Anglia.

  • 4.4

  • from 233 Google reviews

Somerleyton Hall
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About the garden

Considered one of the finest gardens in East Anglia since the mid 17th century, the gardens at Somerleyton continue to delight.

Set in 12 acres, the garden is gradually being re-imagined as a series of interconnected 'rooms'. The gardens include magnificent trees, Victorian architecture and glasshouses, walled gardens, a rose garden, shrubberies planted with rare and unusual plants, exotica, a working kitchen and cut flower garden. Visitors will also enjoy exploring the Yew Hedge maze, which was planted in 1846.

Opening times

We open for four days over Easter from Friday 15th April 2022 for our Easter Egg Hunt (pre-book only). Then every Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday and Bank Holidays between 10am and 5pm (last entry 3.30pm) From 19th April until Sunday 30th October 2022.

Useful details

Garden area

12 Acres

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.


Yes - Children of all ages.

Bicycle storage


Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).


Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Wheelchair hire

Wheelchairs are available for hire. There are a couple of wheelchairs that can be borrowed free of charge.

Suffolk, NR32 5QQ

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Find the garden

Somerleyton Hall Gardens
NR32 5QQ
Sat Nav Postcode
NR32 5QQ
Public Transport
Somerleyton Hall Gardens are a 1 mile walk from the Train station in Somerleyton .
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Google reviews

  • 4.4

  • from 233 Google reviews

Andrew Lewis

a month ago


Hospitable, friendly staff. Gardens enjoyable for a leisurely walk, would have loved to look round a wonderful looking house. Worth a visit.

Jim Simpson

9 months ago


Good gardens. The house looks good but closed for now.

Eell H

a month ago


We went here for the Easter egg hunt. Was quite expensive at nearly £9 per adult. We were also disappointed that there is only a small van selling coffee, no meals or even sandwiches. Unsure why the cafe is closed now as this would have been good to go to. My advice is to bring a picnic if you are coming here over lunchtime. Also for the price of the ticket, would have been nice for everyone to get a little something at the end,not just the childre.

Cherry Bailey

in the last week


Good place to spend a couple of hours. Especially liked the maze.

Paymahn Moghadasian

2 weeks ago


The hours on Google maps are incorrect. We showed up on a Monday which Google reports as the only day the business is open. When we got there we found out the business has never been open on a Monday and the staff who was there was rude and claimed we already knew the business was closed when we didn't. He also wasn't very helpful in telling us other tourist attractions in the area. He also didn't seem interested in fixing the hours Google. That being said, looks like a nice place to visit if you show up when it's actually open. Wish the Google hours were correct.

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08712 224244

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