Blickling Hall

Blicling Hall norfolk exterior view

Built in the 17th century Blickling Hall is one of the England’s finest Jacobean Houses. It contains beautiful and important artefacts which include: one of the finest collections of rare books in England, Mortlake tapestries, a Hungerford- Pollen painted ceiling and an extensive collection of furniture and paintings. Stained glass can be found in both the Long Gallery and the Great Hall..

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The twelve panels contained in the Great Hall are of continental origin. Originally installed in the 19th century they actually predate the building. For detailed information and ability to zoom into the detail click information I symbol Blickling Hall main staircase
The five 19th century panels contained in the Long Gallery have a definite Arts & Crafts flavour. For detailed information and ability to zoom into the detail click information I symbol Blickling Hall Long Library

The main staircase windows have recently been restored by Barley Studio http://www.barleystudio