Marks Hall Estate is a leading visitor attraction within a beautiful heritage landscape that extends to over 2,200 acres of Essex countryside.

Managed and cared for by a charitable trust, the estate includes broadleaved woodlands, a stunning Arboretum showcasing a collection of rare trees from across the globe, relaxing lakes, a walled garden featuring the longest herbaceous border in the county and much more. You'll also find the Orchard Kitchen café serving meals and light refreshments throughout the day, and a shop and Plant Centre selling a range of local products including works by artists and photographers.

Join in the fun with our year-round events programme, including family friendly activities, live music and theatre performances.

Marks Hall Estate also offers venue hire, including an 18th century Coach House, and is the perfect setting for weddings, family gatherings, parties and corporate events.

With your support, we will ensure that this special place will be enjoyed by generations to come.

Firewood Full Load

Order a 1m3 load of seasoned hardwood logs sustainably harvested from our own woodlands.

National Champion Trees

The Arboretum at Marks Hall is now home to 3 National Champions (the largest in the British Isles for either height, girth or both) and 110 Essex Champions. A great achievement for a still young and developing Arboretum.

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Author: Rebecca Stone

Latest news

  • Marks Hall Estate is closed

    We are now closed until further notice as part of UK efforts to tackle the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak Read more

  • North Essex organisations launch tree planting initiative to mark National Tree Planting Week

    Marks Hall Gardens & Arboretum, Perrywood Garden Centre and Reco Store – a zero waste store in Tiptree – have been out planting a number of trees to mark National Tree Week (23rd November – 1st December) and to demonstrate their combined commitment to tree planting across Essex. Read more

  • Winter in The Walled Garden

    Designed for Spring and Summer interest, the Walled Garden is closed during the winter period. From November, after the commencement of winter opening hours, important maintenance tasks begin in the Walled Garden. Read more