Holkham Hall and Estate
Built between 1734 and 1764, Holkham Hall and Estate was commissioned by Thomas Coke, the 1st Earl of Leicester. Steeped in 18th century grandeur, Holkham Hall exudes eye-catching Palladian architecture, standing as one of the most magnificent country houses in England.
Nestled amongst a 25-acre estate, Holkam Hall opens its doors to visitors, boasting impressive interiors, architectural grandeur and a rich collection of art and artifacts throughout it’s various rooms.
There is a museum on-site, displaying an intriguing collection of agricultural artefacts, along with a library, housing an extensive collection of books. There are also cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy a bite to eat whilst admiring the scenic surroundings.
The Holkham Nature Reserves sits within the grounds of the estate. A haven for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts, the reserve is home to countless walking trails, bird species and plant life. There’s also a beautifully designed Walled Garden, providing guests with a serene spot to escape to.
Experience a peaceful retreat in the great outdoors at Holkham Hall and Estate…