With history dating back over 400 years, Blickling Estate’s Jacobean mansion offers an intriguing glimpse into the past. With gardens, walks, historic rooms and ornate outbuildings, there is certainly a lot to see and do.
The story of the quintessentially Norfolk estate unfolds over a thousand years; the landscape with its hedges and narrow tree-lined lanes has changed little over the centuries.
Blickling’s owners have used the estate as a place of quiet refuge, while playing their part on the world’s political stage. Philip Kerr, 11th Marquis of Lothian, left this estate to the National Trust in 1940, and he’s vital to its story. Without him, it’s unlikely that Blickling would still be around for you to explore, along with many other places that you love.
Dogs are welcome in park and woodland, but should be under close control at all times. They are also welcome in Muddy Boots café and Farmyard area if kept on a lead. Find out more about bringing your four-legged friends to Blickling Estate by clicking here.
The Estate (including the Mausoleum, the Tower and ancient woodland)
The Garden (including the recently restored 1930s kitchen garden)
The Hall (including the Great Hall, library, the long gallery, state bedroom, Peter the Great room, Chinese bedroom, South drawing room, kitchens, dining room, brown room and more)
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