Rougham 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. Anyone found trespassing at the hall site will have their details taken and be required to leave immediately.
RISE AND FALL OF ROUGHAM HALL
with George Agnew
George Agnew will guide a walk around part of this beautiful estate entering Rougham Hall Park and visiting the hall itself. Only organised groups can visit the hall, so take this opportunity to visit the ruin.
Tickets are available online by clicking on the dates below. No physical tickets are sent out. Please give George your group name or booking reference number on arrival near the shop entrance at Blackthorpe Barn.
There is a max of 25 tickets available for each walk.
In the event of bad weather we will endeavour to email you should we need to cancel.
Click on the date below to book and see how many tickets are still available.
Tickets £6 per person
Well-behaved dogs are welcome and must be kept on leads at all times.
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. It is not suitable for prams or buggies.
Please use Blackthorpe Barn’s car park and we shall start our walk near the entrance to the shop and café.
All profit goes to The Rougham Estate Trust
Dog walks that you can do at your leisure, while Blackthorpe Barn is open, can be found here.