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Felbrigg Estate

Location: 2 miles west of Cromer; entrance off B1436, signposted from A148 and A140
Postcode: NR11 8PR Grid Ref: TG192393

Complimenting nearby Sheringham Park the Felbrigg Estate is a working estate with the impressive 17th Century Felbrigg Hall at its heart. The Hall is open to the public and provides an insight into a past era. Vast estate to explore includes atmospheric ancient woodland, a lake along with open grazed parkland. Waymarked walks, walled garden, church in the park and many events suitable for all the family held throughout the year.

Illustration for Felbrigg Estate

Public transport:  No scheduled service direct to Hall; service does pass for Felbrigg village (walk through parkland); mainline rail service to Roughton and Cromer (both about 2.5 miles)

Cycling or walking:  Norfolk Coast Cycleway passes through estate; on Weavers Way footpath

Accessibility:  Disabled parking area close to entrance, many areas of parkland accessible in particular the Victory V walk (see Easy Access). Full accessibility information from information desk and on National Trust website. Manual wheelchair and a single seater personal mobility scooter are available to borrow at Hall and Gardens. Braile and large print guides.

Facilities
 
Parking:  Small charge for non-National Trust members 
  Toilets: Modern at hall

Refreshments: Large on-site café inside stable courtyard (not open every day)

Information and interpretation: Good waymarking and information panels throughout.

Dogs:  Allowed under control in parkland, livestock graze some areas

Cost:  Parking charge for non-National Trust members; additional charges for Hall and Gardens

Opening times:  Parkland open all year, café, shop, Hall and gardens closed some days