Visit: Hindringham Hall and Wiveton Hall

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Hindringham Hall is a very attractive and photogenic Elizabethan hall with a complete and well-stocked moat that dates form 1215. The Hall was built of flint with red-brick dressings in 1562 by a member of the Hastings family. Stepped gables and mullioned and transformed windows give added interest. The original plan of a screens passage can be traced, but internally the house dates from about 1900. There will be guided tours of both the house and gardens.

Wiveton Hall dates from 1652 and has an H plan. This flint-faced, Dutch-gabled manor house was built on what had been monastic land.

Venue information

Hindringham Hall, nr Fakenham, Norfolk NR21 0QA Wiveton Hall, Holt, Norfolk NR25 7TE

Entry details

38 (includes coffee, biscuits and lunch). Apply to John Brasier, 01603 438031

10:30am

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