Felbrigg Hall

Volume 7, Issue 174; 01 Oct 2004; last modified 08 Oct 2010

We visited Felbrigg Hall, described by The National Trust as one of the finest and least altered 17th century houses in East Anglia.

Today we visited Felbrigg Hall. With five hundred acres of woodland and more than a thousand acres of surrounding parkland, there’s lots of room for walking on the Felbrigg estate. The hall itself, and the gardens, were closed, unfortunately. The National Trust describes it as one of the finest and least altered 17th century houses in East Anglia.

Felbrigg Hall
Felbrigg Hall

What drew us to Felbrigg specifically today was its cache.