During the period of the Houghton Revisited exhibition, school and college groups visited on Wednesdays and enjoyed an artist workshop and exhibition tour, as well as the beautiful sculptures, gardens and grounds of Houghton Hall.
But your experience doesn’t have to end here – visit this website and our suggested links to learn more about the art collection that featured during Houghton Revisited and take a virtual visit of your own!
We hope that schools were inspired by their visit and will consider visiting Houghton Hall again.
In partnership with Norfolk County Council and Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Houghton Hall is the setting for a range of educational programmes that use the natural environment and artworks on site, including woodland walks, orienteering and art and history studies.
Please visit Norfolk Schools' Houghton Hall page for more information on Houghton's Early Years and Artlandish outdoor learning programmes.
Getting to Houghton Hall
Please allow plenty of time for your travel and parking. Houghton Hall is situated half a mile off the A148 King’s Lynn to Fakenham road, approximately 13 miles east of King’s Lynn and 10 miles west of Fakenham. Brown tourist signs indicate the turning off the A148. This road takes you to New Houghton, and the main gates to the Hall are straight ahead. Drive through the main gates and follow the drive up to through the deer park to the car park.
Car and coach parking is approximately 5 minutes walk from the Hall/Workshop space, so please leave plenty of time to park before your designated workshop/exhibition entry times.
Picnic and play area
Adjacent to the car and coach park is a rustic play and picnic area which is ideal for break times. Bring packed lunches and drinks to keep any additional costs down.
Disabled access is available; please visit www.houghtonhall.com for more detailed information.
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