Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall
Park open throughout the year.

A beautiful historic estate owned by the National Trust.

How to get there

By road: Near Felbrigg village, 2 miles south-west of Cromer; entrance off B1436, signposted from A148 and A140

Bus: No direct service – but you can pick up theWeavers Way from Cromer and walk (about 2 ½ miles)

Rail: Cromer (2½ miles)

Bike: Regional Route 30, Great Yarmouth to Wells. View local cycle routes


Felbrigg Hall is a fine 17th-century house, set in a landscaped park, with ancient woodland, and a productive walled garden. Good network of paths around the estate. Events run throughout the year, and the carol service near Christmas has become a tradition – but check before you go. See National Trust  website for details of what to see and do there.

Cost: Walks around the Park, and the carol service are free!

Car park charge and admission to the Hall (free for NT membera) – see  National Trust  website  for details

Refreshments: café, restaurant and shop next to the Hall – check website for winter opening times.

Loos: next to the cafe

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