This elegant, red-brick manor house in a Palladian style features two of the four original columns that enclosed a courtyard flanked by stables.
The grounds have seen many changes over the years, but have had three of England's finest landscapers contribute to their design; John Evelyn, William Kent and Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
The Church of St Genevieve and Kent's Temple Folly are landmarks in the extensive Park and the watermill is a charming feature on the river Blackbourne.
Visit the Hall to view one of the finest Stuart art collections in the country, as well as the extensive park and gardens, historic watermill, bygones room and Church of St. Genevieve. The Hall was recently painstakingly restored over 2.5 years and offers a beautifully decorated backdrop to a wide collection of art, furniture and objets d' art.
We are pleased to announce that the Hall reopens between the hours of 10am and 2pm, on the following days in 2019:
Monday 6th to Saturday 11th May
Monday 24th to Saturday 29th June
Monday 15th to Saturday 20th July
Monday 26th to Saturday 31st August
Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th September
Located off the A1088, about 4.2 miles from Thetford and within easy reach of the A11 to Cambridgeshire.
Bus no. 332 connects Bury St Edmunds to Euston and neighbouring villages. It is possible to catch a train to Thetford and then a taxi to Euston village.
Historic House members visit for free.
£12 per adult for all access, including a guided Hall Tour
£7 per adult for the gardens only
£5 for children over the age of 12
Free to children under the age of 12
- Accessible parking
- Large font signs and leaflets
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
- Accessible toilets
We welcome enquiries about group bookings. Please contact us for more information.
Amongst the FitzRoy family members are several notable people, including Augustus Henry, 3rd Duke of Grafton, who was a statesman and Whig politician and Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1768 to 1770. Also noteworthy is Admiral Robert FitzRoy, who was one of the country's foremost meteorologists and also captained the ship The Beagle, that carried Charles Darwin on his important voyages of exploration.
The Estate’s Park and Pleasure Grounds are a perfect location for a diverse number of events throughout the year.
The Old Kitchen is a unique and cosy venue for corporate events, such as meetings or champagne receptions, and can accommodate up to 40 seated guests.