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Raveningham Hall

Traditional country house garden in a glorious parkland setting. Restored Victorian conservatory and walled kitchen garden. Herbaceous borders, newly planted stumpery. An arboretum was established after the 1987 gale and a lake to mark the Millennium. There is also a Time Garden inspired by Sir Francis Bacon, a herb garden and a rose garden. Sculpture by Susan Bacon throughout the Garden.

February snowdrops are followed by daffodils and narcissus and other spring bulbs and flowering shrubs. In May there are meadow flowers and the herbaceous borders fill out. The summer months showcase the walled kitchen garden and the agapanthus for which the garden is known.

Opening for NGS:
Sunday 5 March (11am - 4pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Light refreshments.

Sir Nicholas & Lady Bacon

For other opening times and information, please phone 01508 548480, email barbara@raveningham.com or visit www.raveningham.com.

There are gravelled paths around the Garden which allow wheelchair access. Access to the Tea Room is through the courtyard entrance.

How to find us

Raveningham Hall, Raveningham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 6NS

14m SE of Norwich. 4m from Beccles off B1136.

More about Raveningham Hall

A traditional country house garden of 10 acres in a glorious parkland setting. The Victorian conservatory by Boulton and Paul has been restored and the walled kitchen garden continues to provide fruit and vegetables for the Hall. Extensive herbaceous borders, newly planted stumpery, an arboretum established after the 1987 gale and a lake to mark the Millennium. There is also a Time Garden inspired by Sir Francis Bacon's essay, a herb garden and a rose garden. Sculpture by Susan Bacon is placed throughout the Garden.