Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
Gardens home to a variety of animals, small zoo animal encounters plus treetop and tunnel walks.
The Hall was built in 1736 by Joshua Smith Esquire. It is probable that Thomas Ivory, who designed the Norwich Assembly Rooms, was the architect of the Hall and the Summer House.
Storks nesting on thigby hall roof
The grounds were laid out in the style of William III. In 1876 the Hall was remodelled by the then owner, Squire Daniels.