Rougham Hall in its heydayRougham Hall was bombed in 1940 and is a ruin. Please be aware that the ruin of Rougham Hall is NOT open to the public except as part of guided tours. Details of these will be announced on this website. During the current period of the Coronavirus pandemic, no tours are planned. Anyone found trespassing at the hall site will have their details taken and be required to leave immediately.

Talks & Walks:

with George Agnew

TALKS (10am) Meadow Room:
TBC 2020 dates will be announced later this year

WALKS (11.30am) Meet outside the Country Christmas Shop:
TBC 2020 dates will be announced later this year

Tickets £6 pp for each talk or walk

TALK George Agnew, of Rougham Estate Trust which owns Rougham Hall, will give an illustrated talk about the history of Rougham Hall, from its origin, the colourful characters involved in its life, to its dramatic destruction in 1940. Will be held in the Meadow Room. Approx 1 hour.

WALK George Agnew will guide a walk around part of this beautiful estate entering Rougham Hall Park and visiting the hall itself. Only organised groups are allowed to visit the hall, so take this opportunity to visit the ruin. Meet outside the Country Christmas Shop

Well behaved dogs are welcome, must be kept on leads at all time. Boots are essential as the route may well be muddy in places. The walk lasts approximately two hours and starts and finishes at Blackthorpe Barn.

Tickets £6 pp for each talk or walk

Tickets can be bought online by clicking on the dates above.
Please use Blackthorpe Barn’s car park and find your way to the Meadow Room for the talk and we shall start our walk outside the Country Christmas Shop, simply let us know your booking name for us to check, we don’t post any tickets. All walk tickets include a complimentary mug of tea or coffee from the cafe after the walk. All profit goes to The Rougham Estate Trust