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Set within 55 acres of formal gardens, and over 4,600 acres of woodland, parkland and farmland, Blickling House is on of Norfolk's most impressive sites.

The rather striking Jacobean mansion is open to visitors and has some remarkable views looking out over the ancient yew hedges that sit at the hard of a rather majestic garden.

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House11:00 - 14:00
Garden10:00 - 14:00
ParkDawn - Dusk
Stables Restaurant10:00 - 14:00
Muddy Boots Café10:00 - 14:00
Shop10:00 - 14:00
Bookshop10:00 - 14:00
Woodgate, Bucks Common & Fisherman's car parksDawn - Dusk
Cycle hire10:00 - 15:00
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    • Monty's Guide
      December 4, 2022 at 10:36 am
      Blickling Hall
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      Bruce FoxBruce Fox

      18:51 21 May 24
      Great for a short-ish bike ride, the terrain is not too rough or too smooth so it's a little bit of a challenge without being silly. The estate and grounds are beautiful too, so whether you're biking around or have just come for a stroll it's absolutely stunning in all weather.

      Ros HuntleyRos Huntley

      16:29 21 May 24
      Beautiful gardens and lots of lovely walks. Friendly staff who were very helpful .

      David BrettDavid Brett

      20:04 20 May 24
      Great place, superb gardens and great cafe with nice outdoor seating

      Chris HerbertChris Herbert

      13:04 20 May 24
      Worth the visit

      Michael O'ConnorMichael O'Connor

      16:33 19 May 24
      Excellent experience manicured gardens scrumptious tea rooms and totally enjoyable houseUpdate: I have started volunteering at Blickling hall and its one of the most satisfying things I have ever undertaken I absolutely love the house and its history everyone who visits has a reason to come in and love the interaction with them, plaese visit a National trust property to keep our heritage and memories alive for our future generations to come 😀 Happy Christmas to every one of you and a prosperous New Year Micky

      Anne WilkinsAnne Wilkins

      22:28 10 May 24
      Love it. A highlight of any holiday to Norfolk.

      Mercedes StovellMercedes Stovell

      22:13 10 May 24
      We loved taking my adult children n grandchildren most weekend when they come to visit the Hall is well kept n cheerful helpful member of staff..... The grounds lakes specially the Hall are most beautiful...what a rich history.First time to visit the Church and what a shame such beauty.and been neglected. It could do a bit of mop n dusting..

      Pawel MuzykaPawel Muzyka

      20:03 10 May 24
      Nice relaxing day out for family.

      Jim TuminiJim Tumini

      06:49 10 May 24

      David KnappDavid Knapp

      10:01 09 May 24

      Nick McCartneyNick McCartney

      15:35 30 Apr 24
      Great walks and lovely estate. Volunteers were really knowledgeable and helpful. We did the lake walk which had some great views. Book shop is the largest of the national trust with a massive selection to choose from.

      J TJ T

      14:52 30 Apr 24
      Great property with a lovely cafe and children’s area. I saw people walking their dogs around on leads. Shop is nice too. Worth visiting!

      Vicky NeaveVicky Neave

      10:54 30 Apr 24
      Lovely walks, easy parking£5 all day can pay cash or card

      nigel Strarupnigel Strarup

      06:54 30 Apr 24

      Laura KingstonLaura Kingston

      09:25 29 Apr 24
      Don’t bother if you have accessibility needs!We came with our 13month old and the pram on a cold and wet day.On approach to the house, but after paying, with our pram visible, we see a sign saying the lift is out of action. Bit annoying we wasn’t told but fine, I’ll carry her.Went to leave the pram tucked to the side of the house hallway at the permission of staff, when another staff told us to put the pram outside with no consideration of the weather.The orginal staff member went to explain she had permitted it but was sharply cut off by this rude lady and overruled.Partly cause I didn’t like the way she was speaking to her colleague, I asked “the pram would be okay around the house if the lift was working?”. She goes, no, you’d only she the ground level. The lift has been broken since October and we aren’t having it fixed.Why not tell us this when we paid to enter?! Why lie on the sign and make it look like an unlucky day for us?We were able to carry our baby but as she’s new to walking we rushed round as she started to fight being held, wanting to practice herself. Others may not have the options or may have accessibility needs themselves.They will happily take your money and make the situation appear to be something it’s not. The rude staff set the tone for the visit and made us not feel considered.

      Lorne InglisLorne Inglis

      07:55 20 Apr 24
      This place is one of my favourite National Trust properties in the British Isles. There is so much history and beauty to be found in each room, and the guides are extremely knowledgable and more than happy to tell you about everything they know of the estate and its history.If you happen to go on a Tuesday, you may come across a group of librarians caring for books in the Long Gallery, and they are the best source of information when it comes to learning about the staggering collection that Blickling possesses (think first editions from Jane Austen, and one of a kind bibles written in extinct languages!)The Second-hand bookshop on site is the largest in the National Trust, with over 25000 on display, so if you’re a bibliophile, this is the place for you!There are 55 acres of garden (including a kitchen garden) and 4,600 acres of parkland and farmland, so it’s a great place to come and stroll even if you can’t visit the house itself.Most things close at 5, except the house and bookshop at 4, and the parkland which is open from dawn till dusk. House last entry is at 3.30pm, and gardens last entry 4.30pm.

      Lesley StephensLesley Stephens

      17:15 19 Apr 24
      Wonderful day really lovely visit we'll worth a visit.

      John StephensJohn Stephens

      15:02 19 Apr 24

      Janette ReidJanette Reid

      13:18 18 Apr 24
      Great place for a day out

      Peter ReidPeter Reid

      10:50 17 Apr 24
      Excellent place for a great day out, cafe also good.Lots of walks you can enjoy

      Paul NicholsPaul Nichols

      21:28 07 Apr 24

      Andrew HalesAndrew Hales

      17:33 06 Apr 24

      Eileen LaingEileen Laing

      17:13 05 Apr 24
      Fascinating place to visit. Beautiful and interesting.

      michael kirbymichael kirby

      18:07 04 Apr 24
      A great day out, beautiful building inside and out, the staff inside are very knowledgeable and a pleasure to talk to.

      Malcolm GullisMalcolm Gullis

      16:23 04 Apr 24
      What anamazing gem. Lovely staff.

      Rod FiggRod Figg

      18:09 24 Mar 24

      David GoddinDavid Goddin

      15:37 24 Mar 24

      Eli DaveyEli Davey

      12:40 21 Mar 24

      sonia brockosonia brocko

      20:00 20 Mar 24
      There are some beautiful rooms in this house, including the library. One room has a wonderful Indian carpet from the 1700s.

      Dave LasenbyDave Lasenby

      16:05 20 Mar 24

      Vanessa CorkerVanessa Corker

      08:32 15 Mar 24

      Kevin VantyghemKevin Vantyghem

      21:37 14 Mar 24
      Yes very nice to see

      Ty ThomasTy Thomas

      21:04 14 Mar 24

      Linda WilsonLinda Wilson

      13:36 13 Mar 24
      My go to place when I need to chill out.

      Chris SimmonsChris Simmons

      10:44 13 Mar 24
      Took hounds for a walk at Blickling Hall (Tues 11th March 2024) as I am a new member of NT. House and grounds are lovely, although when walking round lake, distinct lack of dog poo bins. One at beginning and one at the end, and that was it.Had a gorgeous bookshop, which was wonderful and filled with literary delights. I came out with a box full of books, although there was an elderly woman who kept saying she would 'do me a deal' as I was buying so much. She took the books from me and put them in a box. When it came to paying, she said she had added them up already. I added some more books and I had to question her mental arithmetic as she had added the last few incorrectly. Wasn't until I got home and added the main books up, I found she had overcharged me 50p! 🤔🤭 A gorgeous bookshop, but beware a bossy old woman offering dubious deals!! 😆 Besides this quirky little blip, all the staff and volunteers were very friendly. Cafe was nice, although pricey. Had a bacon bap, which was tasty. I will come back to Blickling when next in the neighbourhood. Pleasant people and surroundings. Do visit.

      Duane WebbDuane Webb

      15:13 03 Mar 24
      Great family day out.

      Toby RussellToby Russell

      14:01 03 Mar 24

      David ClarkeDavid Clarke

      09:39 02 Mar 24
      Wonderful building

      Sue HoneycombeSue Honeycombe

      16:59 29 Feb 24

      Barbara CorbouldBarbara Corbould

      15:27 26 Feb 24

      David RamsdenDavid Ramsden

      17:12 21 Feb 24
      Excellent day out. 15 rooms open when we visited so a good amount to see. Staff were all friendly and helpful. It was a rainy day in February when we visited but there are also extensive gardens with marked walks. Shop and cafe as well (of course).

      Janet CottonJanet Cotton

      15:28 21 Feb 24
      Lovely walks for the dogs, but when we visited last week, the muddy boot cafe was closed and also the courtyard cafe leaving only the main cafe open which do not allow dogs leaving dog owners noway of getting refreshment poor management letting down a beautiful place

      Richard Lowe-JacksonRichard Lowe-Jackson

      21:06 19 Feb 24

      Adam NeevesAdam Neeves

      10:08 19 Feb 24
      Late review, but visited last year at Easter. Absolutely stunning grounds, friendly staff, and loads for the kids and adults to do.One of my fav National Trusts to date.

      Susan MillsSusan Mills

      06:46 19 Feb 24

      OH HollandOH Holland

      17:27 13 Feb 24
      The walks around the lake are amazing with some wonderful views of the house!

      Emma WatsonEmma Watson

      15:06 13 Feb 24

      Lewy ALewy A

      11:06 13 Feb 24
      What a lovely place. We are lucky to have this on our door step.The park run is very well organised for all you running enthusiasts. Would highly recommend guys

      Ian WheelikerIan Wheeliker

      14:20 12 Feb 24
      Beautiful with a great story to tell.

      Andrew OrchardAndrew Orchard

      11:00 12 Feb 24
      Great location for a walk with your pooch and stop over for a coffee and cake

      Roy BaconRoy Bacon

      00:41 27 Jan 24

      Ian PennellIan Pennell

      21:25 26 Jan 24

      john stainerjohn stainer

      16:45 26 Jan 24

      Jenny GroomJenny Groom

      18:37 23 Jan 24
      Although house was prebook only to view there was so much to do outside, lots of wonderful walks in the grounds

      Pete BaldwinPete Baldwin

      15:39 17 Jan 24

      Mitchell ValeMitchell Vale

      15:30 16 Jan 24

      Paul GreenPaul Green

      13:57 15 Jan 24

      Simon PriceSimon Price

      19:21 14 Jan 24

      Joshua HorsfallJoshua Horsfall

      22:48 13 Jan 24
      We went on a lovely tour of the house where we learned so much about the fascinating history and stories of the house. Everything we saw was lovely however we only went upstairs and didn't see any of the kitchens or downstairs rooms. That said all the volunteers were lovely and we did visit in the off season.


      10:30 13 Jan 24

      Janet IbbotsonJanet Ibbotson

      19:07 09 Jan 24
      A beautiful house to visit. Had a tour with 2 wonderful quides, who were very well informed about the house, fitting in small anacdotes to make it interesting. The house reopens after February half term on a free flow basis, will definitely return to see the rest of the house. Gardens extensive, walks still to be explored. A definite recommendation to go.

      Lee CologneLee Cologne

      19:05 08 Jan 24

      Andrew HolmanAndrew Holman

      17:12 07 Jan 24
      Lovely, leisurely walk to clear the Christmas fug and enjoy the splendor of the house and pristine park.

      Dave GoldsmithDave Goldsmith

      19:50 06 Jan 24
      Blickling luckily is my local NT location, so we walk there all year round, most weeks. Even with all the rain you can walk most of it without the mud, except around the lake. The best bet is the cycle route in wet weather, the park only closes in high winds. its a walkers paradise, there are several variations so you can walk, anything up to four or five miles without leaving the estate. the inner gardens are lovely in summer and at Xmas. The house is worth a visit, we normally only visit it once a year. The muddy boots cafe close to the car park, allows dogs. the other cafe has a wider selection of food. The overflow carpark can get muddy in the winter. A tip if you are approaching from Aylsham, drive past the house on your right, do not turn in by the pub drive past it, the next turn on the right is the entrance to the car park. A lot of people make the mistake of trying to turn in by the pub. During the summer months the court yard cafe is also open. there are toilets close to each cafe.

      Fitri NurinsaniFitri Nurinsani

      21:26 04 Jan 24

      Ian MurrayIan Murray

      09:20 02 Jan 24

      Stephen WoolnoughStephen Woolnough

      18:36 01 Jan 24
      Our family favourite New Year's Day walk ❤️ roughly 2 miles in total the route we took, a bit sludgy in places but fine with some good shoes. Lovely cafe to end it with a coffee and cake. The only letdown was dog owners leaving their small plastic bags all along the route - please take it with you

      Chris MaceChris Mace

      15:25 31 Dec 23
      All round excellent

      Louisa LouLouisa Lou

      12:38 27 Dec 23

      Paul PowersPaul Powers

      23:21 26 Dec 23
      Beautiful place. Worth the drive. Lovely volunteers.

      Christine LewisChristine Lewis

      20:36 26 Dec 23
      Christmas decorations in the house were a little disappointing.

      Steve BeckettSteve Beckett

      14:01 26 Dec 23
      Really enjoyed the house and gardens,not very busy and enjoyed the Christmas lights and decorations through out the house, the coffee and orange and cranberry scone was really nice,

      Natalie Jane MartinezNatalie Jane Martinez

      15:02 23 Dec 23
      Lovely Christmas decorations in a Victorian style!

      Rebecca BakerRebecca Baker

      12:00 20 Dec 23
      Went to see the Christmas lights which were really lovely just a shame about the food options at the finish

      Tamsin MowbrayTamsin Mowbray

      18:06 19 Dec 23
      Gorgeous place. All beautifully lit for Christmas.

      Richard StephensonRichard Stephenson

      16:13 19 Dec 23

      Margaret BrownMargaret Brown

      17:07 18 Dec 23

      Ian “Wedge” ClarkeIan “Wedge” Clarke

      12:11 18 Dec 23
      Beautiful Christmas display !!!.

      Jess BakerJess Baker

      07:48 14 Dec 23

      Naegeen NooraniNaegeen Noorani

      07:40 14 Dec 23

      Fiona WeggFiona Wegg

      07:22 14 Dec 23

      Derek ReedDerek Reed

      22:11 13 Dec 23

      Gail AdamsGail Adams

      13:00 13 Dec 23

      Steven AldridgeSteven Aldridge

      21:43 03 Dec 23
      Such an impressive house, beautifully decorated for Christmas. As always the NT staff are knowledgeable and great. Super cafe, loved the Cornish Pasty. Great 2nd hand bookshop on site too. Gardens are great, probably amazing in the summer.

      Joanne SandersJoanne Sanders

      20:56 03 Dec 23
      Beautiful house & gardens. Well organised Christmas display. Worth a visit.

      Emma VikEmma Vik

      20:23 01 Dec 23

      Alex MclarenAlex Mclaren

      20:46 30 Nov 23
      Well worth a visit.

      Jane SkillenJane Skillen

      16:10 30 Nov 23

      Darrell FeltonDarrell Felton

      15:21 25 Nov 23
      Amazing house to visit. Lots to see in this amazing Jacobean house and would recommend a guided tour. Definitely one you'll want to revisit.

      Charmaine HowardCharmaine Howard

      18:19 24 Nov 23
      We walked around the park. At this time of year the house has limited viewing times. Dogs welcome in the park. The muddy boots Cafe closes early this time of year. The pub however is open to late.

      Ryan BensonRyan Benson

      01:20 24 Nov 23
      Bono's house is great to visit all year round. Cracking edifice.

      Bob PayneBob Payne

      18:27 23 Nov 23
      Great place for a walk, a wonderful house and the best secondhand bookshop in Norfolk.

      Yenni VanYenni Van

      17:19 23 Nov 23

      peter watsonpeter watson

      19:16 17 Nov 23
      Lovely place to visit, much to see and do, nice cafe, plenty of toilets, gift shop etc

      Jenny WijekoonJenny Wijekoon

      17:49 17 Nov 23
      Absolutely beautiful place ! Gardens large and lovely walks . Great tour of the house and yummy food at the cafe and a brilliant second hand book shop ! Great day out . Thank you National Trust !

      Tristan FowlerTristan Fowler

      15:19 17 Nov 23
      Great house and garden's

      Viv MarlowViv Marlow

      16:53 16 Nov 23
      Utter joy.x Great Bookshop..secondhand books. Even on a dreek day like today it lifts my mood and makes me smile ....great therapy. Xx

      Nina Bueno del CarpioNina Bueno del Carpio

      11:55 15 Nov 23
      We love this place, walk here a few times a week and visit the house (which is fabulous) occasionally.

      Jason AndersonJason Anderson

      18:15 04 Nov 23
      Be aware, the house has booked slots, we drove for a few hours to get here only to find by half 10 all was booked and we could not go in. We had a walk around the grounds but didn't stay long and headed off, unfortunately due to its location we won't be going back so missed the opportunity to see the property.

      Steve CrossleySteve Crossley

      17:17 04 Nov 23
      Lovely, but very wet walk. Spectacular colours at this time of year

      michelle Walkermichelle Walker

      10:57 04 Nov 23 find somewhere still open, the hall is guided tours only and book fast so best to get there early, but well worth a visit. The cafe is excellent with good food for good prices (not over the top) and a good selection too.Gardens are lovely with lots of walks that are easy to do if so inclined.

      Natalie MartinsNatalie Martins

      10:55 04 Nov 23
      Love this place, have been coming for years and will continue to. Some beautiful walks, lovely cafes and at Christmas they do a magical light display which we are looking forward to again this year.

      Jo GJo G

      07:08 04 Nov 23
      Another National Trust gem, beautifully presented.I visited in the summer and the gardens were stunning.

      James BengeyfieldJames Bengeyfield

      15:24 27 Oct 23

      Gillian L CohenGillian L Cohen

      20:09 26 Oct 23
      Enjoyed the cafe and some walks. The walks could be better signposted, but I managed. Worth a visit.

      Brad ToddBrad Todd

      18:39 26 Oct 23

      Benjamin AndersonBenjamin Anderson

      17:51 25 Oct 23
      Stunning house with beautiful gardens and parkland. Great activities for all the family..

      Jacqueline SteventonJacqueline Steventon

      13:24 25 Oct 23

      Karen EvansKaren Evans

      16:35 18 Oct 23
      Visited during a short stay in Great Yarmouth with hubby. Loved the hall and grounds although didn't do the walks.(next time). Very impressed with the guides and learnt a lot about the building. Definitely one to visit.

      Krystyna SykesKrystyna Sykes

      15:40 18 Oct 23

      Ian McQuoidIan McQuoid

      14:30 18 Oct 23
      Plenty of history. Nice gardens. Enjoy house walk around.

      Anthony CollinsAnthony Collins

      07:27 18 Oct 23

      Ginge ZeroGinge Zero

      17:29 17 Oct 23

      Michael NewnhamMichael Newnham

      14:45 09 Oct 23

      Rick PrestonRick Preston

      16:04 08 Oct 23

      Haz PearceHaz Pearce

      12:38 08 Oct 23

      Carol FranklandCarol Frankland

      22:54 07 Oct 23

      Russ GreenRuss Green

      21:24 07 Oct 23

      Dale HarrisDale Harris

      18:10 29 Sep 23
      Lovely place 2 visit and beautiful gardens and got free entry Lovely day

      Michelle MarshMichelle Marsh

      15:52 29 Sep 23
      Very interesting, well worth the drive. The guides were very welcoming

      Vic MarksVic Marks

      13:54 29 Sep 23
      Great place for a good walk

      Debbie PeacockDebbie Peacock

      13:37 29 Sep 23
      Beautiful place to visit. Facilities excellent, as are all National Trust places.

      Paul NewmanPaul Newman

      07:04 29 Sep 23
      Interesting house and beautiful gardens.

      Angela EnglefieldAngela Englefield

      20:03 24 Sep 23
      Beautiful building and lots of walking for the dogs. Dog friendly cafe and helpful staff

      Dena KayDena Kay

      09:57 24 Sep 23
      Really enjoyed visiting this place. The house was very interesting, gardens stunning. Very good cafe and a brilliant second hand bookshop with excellent prices. Museum also very good. Worth a visit definitely.

      Jon DaleJon Dale

      16:27 23 Sep 23
      Fantastic place, full of history and stories about the ownership and it's uses throughout the centuries. The staff are brilliant - really worth engaging with them and asking questions - they're full of stories and knowledge. Beautiful building in beautiful grounds. Just sit by the lake and soak it all up.


      05:57 23 Sep 23
      Best bits for me were the walks out to the temple and orangery, the walled garden, the ornate ceilings and sitting in a deckchair by the lake.

      Aa KkAa Kk

      15:33 22 Sep 23

      Charlotte PottertonCharlotte Potterton

      13:01 16 Sep 23
      Blickling Hall is always a great day out with brilliant volunteers and staff. We love exploring the estate and also relaxing by the lake with a few sneaky books! Really great to see the summer of play happening again and giving so many adults a welcome laugh. Only thing I would like to see is a few different walks in the future, for when we've completed the current selection of trails.

      ann mannann mann

      18:49 15 Sep 23
      Lovely walks house very nice people very knowledgeable

      Maggie WoolleyMaggie Woolley

      19:24 14 Sep 23
      Lovely house and gardens.

      Linda AllenLinda Allen

      15:49 14 Sep 23

      Jane ConstableJane Constable

      15:43 14 Sep 23

      Joeb BurtonJoeb Burton

      18:33 09 Sep 23

      Lyn StaceyLyn Stacey

      18:20 09 Sep 23

      Roz BrookeRoz Brooke

      15:05 09 Sep 23
      A shame it doesn't contain much of the original furniture.Lovely garden

      Julie MctaggartJulie Mctaggart

      16:33 08 Sep 23
      Lovely place to visit, beautiful gardens, walks and of course the stunning house.

      Clive CorneliusClive Cornelius

      10:06 08 Sep 23
      Very disappointed printing museum was closed one of the main attractions for me

      Jewlz HJewlz H

      05:22 01 Sep 23

      Gary MilesGary Miles

      17:42 31 Aug 23
      Great place

      Steve DicksonSteve Dickson

      14:02 31 Aug 23
      What a great experience. It was a very historic experience. We loved the house and gardens equally. Jacobean architecture at its symmetrical best. Fantastic englishness.

      Ray W.Ray W.

      19:33 30 Aug 23
      A really enjoyable day out

      Joe NealeJoe Neale

      17:47 30 Aug 23

      Stefan RobinsonStefan Robinson

      17:33 19 Aug 23
      An absolutely beautiful place but my limited walking capabilities made it impossible for me. They do have rental mobility scooters but I wasn't aware of the vast grounds of Blickling Hall.

      Kumudu StuddsKumudu Studds

      15:21 19 Aug 23
      This was our second visit to Blicking Hall. This time we walked around the massive park land. Last time we concentrated on the main house and we did a guided walk in the vegetable garden. The beautiful house belonged to Anne Boleyn's family originally.Should not miss the small museum explaining how the printing stared from the very beginning. Amazing volunteers had all the time in their hands to explain any questions we had in our mind regarding a printing press and the process.

      Carolina MesasCarolina Mesas

      15:33 16 Aug 23
      Philip Kerr, the last private owner, helped shaped the National Trust's history, using his influence to find a way of saving great country houses for future generations to enjoy. Free for National Trust members, including parking, you just need to scan your card to have a ticket for your car, yellow button first. Lovely place for a walk. Looks like on Christmas used to display a nice Christmas market quite nicely decorated, I should ask next time.

      Vinnie HarrisVinnie Harris

      16:26 11 Aug 23
      Lovely house and gardens. RAF museum worth a look at too. Very helpful and informative guide called Suzanne. She was so friendly and knowledgeable so thank you to her. Lift is now working but tight if on a mobility scooter.

      Christine KavanaghChristine Kavanagh

      09:17 25 Jul 23
      Spent a day at Blickling as there was so much to see and do. Although not all the rooms in the hall were open due to a shortage of volunteers what I saw was impressive and the room guides very knowledgeable. My husband enjoyed the RAF museum and talking to the volunteer there. Great 2nd hand bookshop. All the staff and volunteers we spoke to were friendly and helpful. Lovely walks in the gardens and around the estate … much of it dog friendly.

      Mandy AddyMandy Addy

      06:00 25 Jul 23
      Gardens are beautiful and a paradise for many types of bees and wasps(which by the way) are great pollinators.The house itself is amazing and perfectly preserved and well maintained.There is a cafe which has wide variety and selection of food and drinks to offer, including vegan options. The prices and food are good.Well worth a visit.


      07:05 21 Jul 23
      Had a nice walk around the Blickling Estate. Some of the gardens were getting more attention than others though. Very interesting walk around the house too.

      That Lambert FamilyThat Lambert Family

      19:48 19 Jul 23
      Great place for a wander. The hall itself is interesting and the gardens lovely, but if you’re a family with a dog then the estate has a great range of walks as well.

      ian peelian peel

      05:38 07 Jul 23
      A real gem.A quintessential National Trust experience.The moat house is a time capsule of the past. Elizabethan to mid 20th century.Enlightening without being an educational bore.The NT curators and staff are perfect, part of the visitors' experience.The amazing gardens and grounds and estate are worth the visit aloneRecommended.

      Daniel JealDaniel Jeal

      13:48 05 Jul 23
      Ideal for a walk and dogs welcome on short leads. Dogs can go most places except the formal gardens and house. Well marked trails for all appetites. Good facilities on site and ample parking.

      Michael McClintonMichael McClinton

      23:32 27 Jun 23
      A very nice historic place to visit. It is full of history and amazing things. The grounds are really nice. It's nice to just walk around the lake and not have to visit the house. The staff are all very friendly.

      David SherrattDavid Sherratt

      17:03 11 Jun 23
      Beautiful house in a massive estate, with lots of walks for all abilities. The walk around the lake takes around an hour, and has great views of the house.Beautiful gardens, and the RAF museum is worth a visit. The tea rooms are large with plenty of seating outside, and offer the usual fare.

      Robert McRobert Mc

      21:47 10 Jun 23
      Really nice National Trust property and gardens. Bringing history to life, with really passionate and engaged guides. The chap in the printing museum was particularly good (think his name Rod). Gift shop and 2 cafes are available!

      Jack webbJack webb

      21:21 22 Apr 23
      Title: A Day of Wonder at Blickling HallMy visit to Blickling Hall today was nothing short of enchanting. The former home of Mr. Blickling, this majestic estate showcases a life of opulence and grandeur. The house itself is a true architectural marvel, boasting intricate details and stunning craftsmanship.The grounds surrounding Blickling Hall are equally captivating. The sprawling landscape, adorned with lush gardens and spectacular old trees, offers a serene retreat. Some of these ancient trees are simply awe-inspiring, standing as silent witnesses to centuries of history.A trip to Blickling Hall is not just a visit to a beautiful estate, but a journey through time. It's impossible not to be impressed by the remarkable preservation of both the house and the grounds, providing a unique window into the past.In summary, a visit to Blickling Hall is an unforgettable experience, revealing a world of elegance and natural beauty. It is a must-see destination that promises to captivate and inspire all who have the pleasure of exploring its magnificent halls and grounds.

      Neal RussellNeal Russell

      19:40 11 Apr 23
      Beautiful place- fantastic architecture, house a real treat to go around- full of history all explained by the excellent & professional volunteers. Amazing grounds, staggering Gardens with plenty of seating to take in the scenery as well as well plotted walks ranging from 1.9 miles to 4.2miles for those more active. An impressive lake next to the house along with plenty of flora & fauna to take in. Highly recommend a visit!

      Anthony GriffithsAnthony Griffiths

      19:12 16 Nov 22
      Excellent place to visit, so much history! The inside of the house is amazing. The walk around the gardens and lake is amazing... Then after your walk about just pop into the cafe for much deserved munch. Totally worth a visit... 🙂🍩

      Julie-Ann JohnsonJulie-Ann Johnson

      21:01 14 Jul 22
      A really nice day out with National Trust. The gardens are amazing and attended by a small army of dedicated volunteers who are doing wonders. It's great to see the gardens evolving. We walked up to the temple and then down the avenue, back to the house and you are rewarded by a magnificent view. The fountain is lovely to see. Cafés, shops and the wonderful charity bookshop add to the whole experience. You really could spend the whole day here. The location is stunning and there's even a pub next door if you fancy a pint! Definitely worth the trip.


      07:01 25 Jun 22
      One of the best national trust properties I have visited in a long time. One of the so called treasure houses which lives up to its name with an impressive collection of art and artifacts as well as impressive interiors and a huge library. The staff were all pleasant and very welcoming with Chuck on the front door being a true character and great to chat to

      Annette CastleAnnette Castle

      06:48 31 May 22
      Very impressive building. All open with lots to see. We got there early and did a walk around the grounds before the house opened. Plenty of parking available which is free for National Trust members.The house and gardens are lovely and definitely worth a visit as there is so much to loom at. There is a short walk from the car park to the house which takes you past a lovely looking and busy (whilst we passed) public house. On entry to the gardens and house we were asked to show tickets which is good.The house itself is massive and make sure you visit the kitchen before leaving.

      Rasa JonuskieneRasa Jonuskiene

      11:31 02 May 22
      Absolutely amazing place! Nice house and estate for a walk or family picnic. There are 2 cafes: one by the entrance and another in the house. We hired bikes on-site (for a super good price!) and went for a very enjoyable bike ride.


      13:17 31 Mar 22
      Blickling Hall is lovely. Had a good walk round the grounds. Lots to see.Went into House, very nice and we just walked round at our own pace. The Kitchen was interesting and lovely stained glass window in entrance hall. Parking was a more difficult than normal. As the coach park, was not block off. We got into the overflow car park, bit tight for our Motorhome. Worth a visit. The staff are fantastic and helpful.


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