Open Garden For St John’s Ambulance
The house was designed by Humphry Repton and was one of his favourites but the walled garden had become derelict by the end of the 20th century. Restoration began in 2003 and has been developed enormously by the present owners. The glass houses and cold frames have been rebuilt, the orchards replanted, enclosed spaces made by planting hedges and new herbaceous borders added to the designer Arabella Lennox-Boyd’s original plans. There has been a transformation outside the walled garden as well with the creation of many borders, walks through the woodland, a wild flower
meadow and vistas over the park being opened up.This is a spectacular time of year to visit the garden and is not to be missed. Sheringham Hall was featured in Country Life magazine in January 2021.Directions:
Turn off the A148 towards Upper Sheringham leaving the entrance to Sheringham Park on your left. Follow signs in the village going through the park ignoring no entrance/private signs. Park on the left of the drive only. Or walk across the park from the National Trust carpark.
Adults £6; Children free. No Dogs