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Value for money 4/5
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Food 4/5
Location 4/5
Oxburgh Hall
 
This is probably a shot of Oxburgh Hall showing the Hall surrounded by the moat and the connecting bridge. Our children thought it was wonderful. If you have small children you should take care as there is no fence or rail around the moat and it’s a sudden drop that could take them by surprise.
 

Where to find Oxburgh Hall:

Oxburgh Hall is within an hours drive (on most days) from Norwich and North Norfolk towns such as Kings Lynn and Hunstanton.

Oxburgh Hall Sign board

I forgot to check the opening time and we arrived just before 10am and had to wait for them to open at 10:30.  Never mind, being first in the queue when they opened meant that we were able to get some nice pictures without lots of other people walking about.

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There are two café where you can buy food and drink and also a nice picnic area just outside the main entrance where you could enjoy a family picnic in the countryside.

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It was nice to see the walled vegetable garden which is a practical contrast to the lovely flower beds.

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There are a number of trails that you can walk along, all but one of them is suitable for people with buggies and wheelchairs.  I took this shot of the back of Oxburgh Hall from one of the trails across the fields.

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Oxburgh Hall

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When we arrived we were welcomed by friendly staff.  They have a number activities and trials that children can follow.

We would highly recommend Oxburgh Hall and look forward to visiting it again soon.

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