Lambing and Spring Bulbs - Gardens Open

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Spring on the Farm

Kentwell's flock of rare-breed Norfolk Horn sheep begin lambing in mid-March, one of the best times to explore Kentwell with spring bulbs, flowers and Welly Walks through the gardens and grounds.

Head to the Tudor Stables to see the newborn lambs, and if you are lucky, watch a lambing! Once the lambs are a few days old they will be racing around in the paddocks.

Children (and families!) love to follow the Story Book Trail - excerpts of traditional stories with props to illustrate them, set out around the gardens.

Please note, the House will not open until Sat 6 April 2019.

Why not drop into the Tearoom and try our new menu, featuring freshly-cooked meals and snacks for explorers of all ages?

Lunches and Teas

Lunches, teas and light refreshments will be available from our Stableyard Tearoom.
Please ensure that you wash your hands after touching any of our animals.

Please note: on-line tickets must be booked before the day of your visit.

Ticket Prices

TicketPriceOnline Price
Child (5-15yrs)7.106.10
Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children)32.5031.50
Open on: 
Sat 2 March - Sun 3 March
Sat 9 March - Sun 10 March
Sat 16 March - Sun 17 March
Sat 23 March - Sun 24 March
Sat 30 March
Open times: 
11am - 4pm
Amount of House open: 
from 31 March 2019
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    Kentwell's tranquil Walled Garden
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    Pied Piper Topiary
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