Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden
Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden
A country estate features trees and shrubs from around the world, grouped by continent. This fascinating and attractive garden mixes traditional garden design with modern planting techniques, combining interesting new plantings with long established shrubs.
The gardens at Marks Hall stretch to over 200 acres and includes a collection of temporate zone trees from throughout the world. Paths through the Arboretum provide lovely vistas and a chance to see exotic trees from across the globe.

Among the interesting features at Marks Hall is a Millennium Walk, especially planted to provide colour, interesting structure, and scent on the shortest days of winter. See modern and traditional planting mixed in an attractive 18th Century Walled Garden, and the longest double border in East Anglia.

There is more at Marks Hall than the arboretum and garden areas; wildlife and ancient species abound in extensive woodland areas.

The Visitor Centre at Marks Hall is set in an historic restored barn. Here you can find garden information, a shop, and the Tea Room where you can enjoy morning coffee, light lunches and teas. Homemade cakes are available all day, and you can enjoy a warming bowl of home cooked soup.