Set in eighteenth century parkland by the River Nar, it is surrounded by lakes, gardens and woods. Each year Narborough Hall hosts an exhibition by an internationally recognized artist and the grounds are opened to the public during exhibition hours. Visitors are free to explore the restored Victorian kitchen garden and the woodland walks - one of which leads through an ancient henge dating from c.3000 BC.
Admission £4, £3 concessions (pensioners and students), children under 12 free. Disabled access but some gravel paths. Dogs welcome on leads.
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Narborough, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1TE
Map reference: TF 747132 Lat: 52.68833 Long: 0.58359
By Public Transport:
1hr 20min from London, King’s Cross. Nearest railway is Downham Market. Taxis are available at the station.