The final shot of the South East facing aspect of the Hall taken from the garden whilst trying to dodge the intermittent rain. At the end of the war, the house was de-requisitioned. The National Trust again let it to tenants until 1960, when the Trust began the work to restore the house to a style reflecting its history. The house and grounds were opened to the public in 1962 and remain open under the name "Blickling Hall, Garden & Park". You can just make out the lake at the rear of the house but sadly the rain, and lack of time, we were on the way to visit relatives, meant we didn't have time to explore the parkland and lake area, or indeed go in the house, next time perhaps.
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