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Felbrigg Park

Owned by the National Trust, Felbrigg estates fine 17th century stately home and parkland provides an excellent opportunity for everyone to get out and enjoy themselves. Whether visiting the historic house or walled gardens to exploring the extensive parkland and woods.

Walk details

Length of walk: The ‘Victory V’ accessible walk about 2 miles (there and back). Further opportunities to extend and explore.

Location: Entrance on B1436 north of Felbrigg village, two miles south-west of Cromer

Map Ref: 133:TG193394 Postcode: NR11 8PR SatNav unreliable

Getting there: Signed from A148 near Cromer and A140 at Roughton

By public transport: Currently no scheduled bus service direct to Hall; Sanders Coaches service through Felbrigg village (walk through parkland); mainline rail Bittern Line service stops Roughton and Cromer (both about 2.5 miles)

By cycling or walking: Norfolk Coast Cycleway (route 30) passes through estate as does Weavers Way long distance footpath

Site owned/managed by the National Trust, tel: 01263 837444.

Information boards in car park and visitor area, reception desk. Braille and large print guides available upon request.


Toilets: Accessible toilet available; Baby-changing facilities in separate room in main toilet block

Hire equipment available to borrow: Manual wheelchairs and a single seater powered mobility vehicle at hall. A manual wheelchair and single seater personal mobility scooter is also available to borrow from the Walled Garden Reception point. No bookings or reservations.

Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats for loan

Wheelchair access: Reception, Squires Pantry and Shop are fully accessible; Ground floor of Hall is wheelchair accessible and a virtual tour of upper floor available in ground floor room. Level access to hall and gardens

Induction Loops: Are located in the shop, tearoom and main visitor reception

For families: Story boxes, “I Spy” and bug guides around the house; step stools up to sinks for children; Child friendly cutlery, high chair and wooden blocks are available in the Squire’s Pantry;

Picnic tables are available, including near the children’s play area in the walled garden; 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ booklet available from reception. Main paths all buggy friendly.

Dogs: On leads in parkland (stock grazing), under close control in woodland. Additional dog walking area in woods off main drive

Access for all route

Start & Finish: Routes signed from car park and hall

Distance(s): The ‘there and back’ option up the Victory V path to the viewpoint is about 1 mile and to continue around along the all weather path through the woods and back along the drive to the hall is some 2 miles

Accessibility: Victory V path and around car park and visitor area are child, buggy, wheelchair accessible

Gradients: Gentle slope to top of Victory V. Variable with some steeper if continuing along all weather path

Stiles & Gates: None on the described walk. Various around park if venturing off-route

Surface: Victory V and all weather route is hard compacted stone

Waymarking: Signposts and colour coded routes

Seating: Good range around main visitor area, two along Victory V path and further at top of path. Many picnic tables are also wheelchair friendly

Specific hazards: Woodland paths will have some leaf and twig debris

Footwear/clothing: Sensible walking shoes if only using main paths, clothing to suit conditions at time of visit


On site

Parking: Ample. Disabled parking close to hall and a drop off point. Pay & display, members free

Woods and parkland: Open all year, free

House and walled garden: Seasonal opening varies, also closed some weekdays during winter, entrance fees except National Trust members

Shop and café: Check with site for current opening times

Toilets: At visitor area, open daily

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