Oxburgh Hall

(Last visited July 2021)

What a beauty! Beautiful snowdrops in the spring, beautiful place full stop. We had a stunning walk around here. Some gorgeous carpets of snowdrops in My Lady’s Wood and the area by the chapel. And a fantastic ancient oak and other cracking trees along the woodland walk. Lots of accessible paths for pushchairs, although My Lady’s Wood was too muddy and the bridges there are too narrow for strollers. The house was closed for refurbishment when we visited, so we’ll go back and see that when it’s eventually open again as apparently it’s beautiful.

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🌿 Length of walk: Various – shortest: 850m, longest: c.3.5k
🌿 Café: Yes (dog friendly, high chairs available in normal times)
🌿 Play area: No
🌿 Pushchair friendly: Yes – several accessible paths (but not all and some will be affected by bad weather – I’d stick to the right hand side and gardens first)
🌿 Dog friendly: Yes – on a lead
🌿 Loos / baby change: Yes 
🌿 Seats along walk: Yes
🌿 Opening times: Walks, tea room and gardens, 10.30am-4.00pm
🌿 Entrance fee: £7.50 adult, £3.75 over 5s. National Trust members go free
🌿 Parking: On site, including disabled parking – PE33 9PS (what3words ///archives.riverside.hounded)
🌿 Website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/oxburgh-hall

Posted in Cafe, Dogs allowed, Pushchair walk, West Norfolk.

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