Hoveton Hall

A well-preserved Regency house of gault brick with a slate roof, built by Humphry Repton.

Wroxham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 8RJ

Hoveton Hall Gardens walled garden
Free for members
  • Accessible loos
  • Accessible parking
  • Cafe / restaurant
  • Facilities for children
  • Free parking
  • Garden only
  • Mostly wheelchair accessible
  • Picnic area
  • Shop
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Hoveton Hall Gardens is a must-visit whatever the season.

Enjoy a visit to the gardens in early spring when the grounds are carpeted with many different varieties of snowdrops and daffodils.

May and June see the azaleas and rhododendrons take centre stage – an amazing collection of colour which has been described as one of the best displays in Norfolk.

July and August see the formal herbaceous and kitchen gardens coming to the fore with the perfectly manicured lawns and over 600 different plant varieties, some of which are rare and unusual.

Our restored 19th-century iron glasshouse is must-see for all visitors to the gardens. Throughout the year the gardens host many different events most of which are free to Historic Houses members. We also run a number of guided tours of the Hall via Invitation to View at an additional cost.

Opening Times

Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.

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Gardens open:

Sunday 20th April to Monday 30th September

Sundays to Fridays, 10.30am to 5pm (last entry at 4pm)




Historic Houses members visit for free, but events are charged. There is no need to book in advance.

Adults: £9
Over 60’s: £8
Children aged 4-16: £4.50
Children under 4: Free
Family ticket: £25
Wheelchair users and carers: £7 each

Group Visits

Private group visits to the house and garden are welcome.

Please contact Rachel Buxton for more information:

01603 784297

Groups over 25 in number must book and pay in advance.

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  • Accessible toilets
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Getting here

Wroxham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 8RJ

Just outside the village of Hoveton which is 9 miles north-east of Norwich on the A1151. There are plenty of brown tourist signs nearby to guide you. The gardens are well signposted from Wroxham. Please follow the brown and white signs for Hoveton Hall Gardens.

The nearest train station is approximately 1.5 miles away in Hoveton.

From Norwich: From the Inner Ring Road A147 at the St Crispins roundabout, take the A1151 Sprowston Road. Stay on the A1151, leaving the city through Sprowston and Rackheath before going through Wroxham. Leave Wroxham on the A1151 heading towards Hoveton. Go straight over the double mini roundabout staying on the A1151, which becomes Stalham Road. After approximately 1 mile, go straight on at the crossroads (St Peters Lane on your left and Long Lane on your right). After around a quarter of a mile take the next left turn (unnamed track next to the gatehouse) and follow the long drive right up to the Hall.

Postcode covers Hoveton Hall Gardens as well as the Hall. (PLEASE DO NOT FOLLOWS THE SIGNS TO THE GARDENS, THIS IS THE WRONG ENTRANCE). The entrance to the Hall is from the A1151 – situated just outside the village of Hoveton heading towards Stalham.

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