Wolterton Hall

One of the four grand power houses of Norfolk and since restored to the highest of standards.

Wolterton Park, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 7LY

Wolterton Hall in Norfolk

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Wolterton Park is a 150-acre park on a 500-acre private estate in the Bure Valley between Holt and Aylsham, which is close to the North Norfolk coast.

Wolterton Hall was built by Thomas Ripley for politician Horatio Walpole in 1741 at the same time that his brother Sir Robert Walpole, Britain’s first Prime Minister, was building Houghton Hall.

Wolterton Park was purchased by Peter Sheppard in 2016 from the Walpole family and is being meticulously restored to its Georgian splendour.

Now a private home, this is a rare opportunity to explore a historic property and hear more about the history and restoration of this important estate.

Go on a guided tour of the main hall and gardens, with the opportunity to explore this private estate including the lake and church ruins at leisure.

Tours that are scheduled will be listed below. If none are scheduled yet, please check back later, or find other tours you might enjoy on our tours listing page here.

Group Visits

We welcome visits from a minimum of 6 people by prior arrangement.

Visits include a 2 hour tour of the hall and grounds including refreshments in the Grand Saloon, £25 per person.

For all enquiries, please contact Laura Foster, 01263 768 966.

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Wolterton Hall Dining Room, Chandelier and Painting

We have just returned from a lovely tour of Wolterton House, we felt really welcome and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

2 – 2½ hours

£32.00 per person

Champagne and savoury/sweet canapés served in the Saloon. Tea, coffee and soft drinks available.

Very limited

No dogs in the Hall. No photography in the Hall.