Hindringham Hall Gardens & Medieval Fishponds

Hindringham Hall Gardens
"Hidden and Romantic"
- Roger Last, Norfolk Gardens
"Inspirational gardens from around the world"
- Claire Takacs, Dreamscapes
"Dream gardens"
- Widget Finn, Gardens Illustrated
“The impressive garden of a 15th century moated house… where old meets new”
- Jackie Bennett, The English Garden
"Water-encircled harmony"
- Annie Green-Armytage, Landscape
"Secret Garden"
- Uniquely Away Summer
"Amongst 12 of Best Secret Gardens in the UK"
- Tania Pascoe, Guardian
“A blossoming romance”
- Tim Longville, Period Living
"Paradise regained"
- Stephen Lacey, Beautiful Britain
“Perfect in every detail”
- Leslie Geddes-Brown, Country Life

COVID-19 Update: The Gardens are open from Wednesday 27th May!

The Gardens are Opening from Wednesday 27th May from 10am-1pm, and thereafter, as detailed on the website.

We are doing what we can to make your visit enjoyable and safe and ask you to bear with us and work with us.

  • Sorry the Coffee Shop will not be open and no dogs are allowed.
  • We will be asking visitors to follow Government guidance on 2 metre distancing.
  • We will be operating a one -way system round the Gardens and Fishponds.
  • The Entrance fee of £8 will either be by contactless card or the exact money.
  • Should visitors wish to bring their own picnics that is possible either beside their cars or in the area by the Coffee Shop but please don’t leave anything behind.
  • We are looking forward to welcoming you into the Garden. We hope you enjoy your visit and that we can continue to open as advertised until November.

Historic Houses

Historic Houses Garden of the Year

Hindringham Hall has been shortlisted for the Historic Houses Garden of the Year, sponsored by Christie’s.The winner from the shortlist of 8 is decided by public vote and so we would be very grateful if you could vote for Hindringham Hall via this link:

Click here for more information and to VOTE for us

It is a huge honour for a little moated manor house on North Norfolk to be compared to the goliaths of previous winners like Houghton Hall and Blenheim Palace and so we would be very grateful for your support.

We are open to the public every Wednesday morning and Sunday afternoon.

Visiting the gardens and tea room

Open April 1st until the end of October, Sundays 2pm-5pm, Wednesdays 10am-1pm, entrance £8.


Hindringham Hall Garden

One of Norfolk’s secret places

…and described as the kind of delightful surprise that can only exist in England. The moat dates from 1150 and is one of only a handful of complete moats in Norfolk.


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