Felbrigg Hall Gardens and Estate, Cromer. Opening times vary. Prices vary.
There is designated disability parking at the front of the main car park. Wheelchairs and a mobility scooter [which cannot be booked in advance] are available to borrow and there are Braille and large print guides and induction loops.
Most areas are wheelchair friendly - including the woods, where there is an all-weather path.
An accessibility toilet is available close to the Visitor’s Reception.
A map of accessible estate and garden routes is available on request.
Felbrigg Hall, a National Trust property, is a 17th-century country house with Jacobean architecture and a Georgian interior. The Estate park has a lake, 520 acres of woods and waymarked trails.
Felbrigg, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 8PR [for Sat Nav use NR11 8PP]
House and Bookshop: 27 Feb-22 Oct 11am to 5pm Sat-Wed [but open on Good Friday], and open daily 18 July-2 Sep and in local school holidays [March-Oct]: access to some areas of the house may be limited on Thursdays and Fridays. Also open 23-30 Oct Sat-Wed 11-4.
Garden open daily: 27 Feb-22 Oct 11am to 5.30pm; 23-30 Oct 11-4; and Thursday-Sunday 3 Nov-18 Dec 11-3.
Parkland - Dawn to dusk all year: dogs must be on leads when stock grazing, and under close control in woodland.
Shop and Squire's pantry [refreshments]: 2 Jan-21 Feb weekends only 11-3; daily 27 Feb-22 Oct 10:30am to 5pm, and daily 10.30-4 23-30 Oct; 3 Nov-18 Dec 11-3 from Thursday-Sunday; 27-31 Dec 11-3 Tuesday-Saturday. Closed at all other dates and times.
Whole property - Adult £9.90, Child £4.70, Family £24.45
Garden only - Adult £4.80, Child £2.05
Parking – a £2 charge for non-National Trust members. (Visitors can join at the House when it is open.) Group discounts available.
Approx 2 miles from Cromer, off the B1436, signposted from both the A148 and A140. OS TG193394
Best travelled to by car.
For public transport timetable information, around Norfolk, go to the Traveline website or tel: 0870 608 2608.
For information on accessible buses visit the Norfolk County Council website.
Amenities:There is a tea-room on site which serves cakes and snacks, as well as a gift shop, plant sales and second-hand bookshop.