Routes around Holkham in Norfolk

Group Visits

How to Find Us

Information line: 01328 710227

Fax: 01328 711707
Email: enquiries@holkham.co.uk

Holkham Hall,
Wells-next-the-Sea,
Norfolk,
NR23 1AB.
(Satnav: NR23 1RH)

Click here for details of opening times and prices.

Holkham is two miles west of Wells-next-the-Sea on the main A149, within easy reach of Norwich on the A1067, King’s Lynn on the A148, and London and Cambridge from the M11 and the A10.

Cars:
Brown tourist signs indicate the route from Fakenham following the B1105 and A149 road from Wells-next-the-Sea. The main entrance for the public, cars and small coaches to Holkham Park, the Hall and other attractions, is via the north gates of the estate in Park Road.

Sat Nav for cars:
For satellite navigation, NR23 1RH will bring you to the almshouses at the north gates entrance to Holkham Park.

Coaches and HGV:
Height and width restrictions at the north gates to Holkham Park (2.9m wide, 3.3m high), require all coaches, HGVs and other large vehicles to follow the designated route off the B1105 Fakenham to Wells road, following the brown tourist signs indicating ‘Holkham Hall Coaches’ and enter Holkham Park via the automated south gates.

Sat Nav for coaches and HGV vehicles:
For satellite navigation, NR23 1RU brings you to the south gates/Longlands area of Holkham Park. To reach Holkham Hall, please enter the gates and proceed north along the south avenue through the park.

By train:
The nearest train station is King’s Lynn (approximately 23 miles away), which has hourly trains running from King’s Cross, London via Cambridge and Ely. Train times can be found by telephoning National Rail Enquiries: (08457) 484950 or visiting www.qjump.co.uk

By bus:
The Norfolk Coasthopper runs from King’s Lynn and Hunstanton to Sheringham and has two stops at Holkham. The main bus stop is on the main road in Holkham village. In the summer the service is surprisingly frequent. The Hall is reached via Park Road, approximately a 3/4 mile walk away. For information on the Coasthopper bus service click here.

By bicycle:
Holkham Park is on National Cycle Route 1.
For more information see the Sustrans website: www.sustrans.org.uk
The estate welcomes visitors by bicycle. Secure bicycle racks can be found in the courtyard.

On foot:
Pedestrian access is available everyday except Christmas Day at the North, South, East and West Gates.

Disabled Access:
Click here to view information about disabled access.

Access Statement:
Click here to download a detailed statement (PDF) about access to Holkham Hall, the Estate, and attractions.

Holkham Walks:
Information about the many designated Holkham Park walks can be viewed here.
For Holkham Beach, a suggested walk can be viewed here.

Local Guide:
There is much to see and do in North Norfolk. Click here for more information and ideas.