Oxburgh Hall, National Trust
Average visit time – 2-3+ hours
Things to do at Oxburgh Hall review
Oxburgh Hall is a National Trust property in Oxborough, Norfolk. It is a moated country house that was built for Sir Edmund Bedingfield in the 15th century. It is an example of a late medieval house and has many different features. The hall is well known for its priest hole.
The original gardens have long since disappeared however you can see today their footprint and wander around the visually striking Parterre. There is a walled garden and less formal areas including the Wilderness and My Lady’s Wood. There is plenty of opportunities for kids to burn off some energy and there are opportunities for den building in the woods. There is no formal playground at Oxburgh Hall but the house and gardens are still popular with families. The River Gadder in My Lady’s Wood is a perfect spot for playing Pooh sticks.
In the house, you will find portraits, treasured objects and opulent rooms. Although the family still lives there today there are rooms you can look around including the dining room, library, saloon and drawing-room. You can even climb down the Priest’s hole and there’s a chapel you can look around.
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FAQ and Further Information Oxburgh Hall
Address: Oxborough, King’s Lynn PE33 9PS, Norfolk, England. Phone: 01366 328258
Category – Historic House – Indoors and Outdoors – Suitable for all ages
Is there food and drink available?
There is a tea room serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to bring a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
Historic house you can explore, formal gardens and parkland including woods, pooh sticks and den building. There are toilets and a tea room.
What are the ticket prices?
*FREE or Mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE for members of the National Trust of Mid-range. An adult ticket costs £12.20, children £6.10, under 5s are free. Other pricing options including family tickets are available.
Is there parking?
There is a car park.
When are they open?
Oxburgh Hall is open for most of the year although not all facilities are open all year round. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Dogs are welcome in the gardens and woodland at Oxburgh Hall.
Are they accessible?
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