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National Trust's Oxburgh Hall

  • 4.5

  • from 2536 Google reviews

National Trust's Oxburgh Hall
National Trust's Oxburgh Hall

Oxburgh Hall - viewed from the west by DeFacto. CC BY-SA 4.0

About the garden

No one forgets their first sight of Oxburgh - a romantic moated manor. The Hall is surrounded by nearly 28 hectares (70 acres), containing gardens with seasonal interest, streams, woodland walks and a den building area for the family to enjoy.

Opening times

May - Sept 2018, open daily: Manor House 11:00 - 17:00 Garden, Shop & Tea Room 10:30 - 17:00 Oct - 4th Nov 2018, open daily: Manor House 11:00 - 16:00 Garden, Shop & Tea Room 10:30 - 16:00 5th Nov - 22nd Dec 2018, open Sat - Sun only: Manor House: Nov guided tours at 12 & 2pm; Dec open 11:00 - 16:00 except 1st, 2nd & 22nd Dec closed. Garden, Shop & Tea Room 11:00 - 16:00

Useful details

Garden area

15.5 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Norfolk, PE33 9PS

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Norfolk
PE33 9PS
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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 2536 Google reviews

Nicky Hirst

3 months ago

3

The upstairs rooms were not ready for viewing when this visit took place, so I suspect from what was mentioned by the guide, it would be worthy of a higher rating when opened. The church was also closed. There was a free talk by a guide, which lasted nearly an hour and was very informative. Jane, the guide, walked the group around the house taking us through the centuries of the house and family's fortune. The talk, with more rooms open, could easily elevate this to a better rating. Guides were all very friendly and the garden was lovely too. It had a free car park, cafe and toilets.

Richard Lawson

5 months ago

4

Absolutely stunning, beautiful building and estate. I'm glad we were able to see it without scaffolding. It is a magnificent piece of living history! Would have been 5 stars but for a couple of things... None of which would prevent me from visiting again, and hopefully they will be resolved fairly soon! 1. There was no gift shop. We love buying magnets for our fridge from the places we've visited, and we were unable to get one from Oxburgh Hall. 2. Maps of the property are available, and they have suggested walks. One of the start/end points of one of the walks was closed due to storm damage. An alternate route was suggested via a chalk board, but wasn't very clear and wasn't well signposted, so we got a little lost. All being told, I would highly recommend a visit. Particularly if you are a National Trust member. We had immense fun playing Garden Croquet, and practicing a little archery all guided by one of the fantastic volunteers that helps to keep this amazing building alive!

Anjana Silva

3 months ago

5

The Oxburgh Hall is such a lovely place to visit with your family / friends. The moated country house is massive and surrounded by some lovely landscape and peaceful wildlife. There is a plenty of history behind this incredible tourist attraction and I highly recommend you spend at least six hours exploring the house and enjoying the picturesque landscape. Thank you National Trust foundation for looking after this very well. Thanks

Richárd Vámossy

6 months ago

5

A great historical site with a long and turbulent past. Despite all the challenges, the site is in great shape thanks to volunteers and people that look after it. Several parts of it were just recently renovated, and lately some hidden underground tunnels discovered accidentally thanks to rats. It's well-worth a visit. I would recommend to any type of visitors (not only those who interested in history), including single, couple, family (with kids) visitors.

Becky T

2 months ago

3

This National Trust site has nice grounds, a small used bookshop, and a small tea room. The house itself is still occupied, so though the 45 minute guided tour with the volunteer was informative, it only actually went through 6 rooms and didn't feel overly unique compared to other Trust sites. Parking is on grass. Toilets were a little more outdoor feeling - functional and clean but not particularly nice.

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01366 328258

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