Autumn provides dramatic changes in leaf colour and lead to a stunning autumn display. The developing tree tints form a constantly changing pallet of striking colour visible across the Arboretum. Read more
Our inspiring landscape has restorative powers for people, plants and wildlife. Read more
Landscape is at the heart of Marks Hall. Our vision is to respect the heritage of the Estate while developing a restorative and inspiring landscape. With your support we will ensure that this special place will be enjoyed by generations to come. Read more
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Marks Hall. We are recruiting for a Curator to deliver the highest standards of conservation, horticulture and visitor experience.
Small-leaved lime is a deciduous tree native to the UK and across Europe. Small yellow-green flowers with a rich, heady scent are produced in early summer.
The landscape at Marks Hall has been carefully managed over the last 30 years to provide a rich diversity of habitats for a huge variety of different species.
Marks Hall invite you to soar away to Neverland as Immersion Theatre proudly bring their trademark energy to the magical musical, Peter Pan. Read more
We are delighted to welcome the Suffolk Horse Society to Marks Hall for their annual Spectacular. Read more
Thanks to the generous bequest of the family of Terry Plane and the concerted fundraising efforts of our staff and volunteers we are delighted to announce that a new buggy will soon arrive at Marks Hall. Read more
Marks Hall is delighted to announce that Trustee Michael Lear has been appointed to the Board at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. He will continue in post here at Marks Hall simultaneously. Read more
During 2018 you may see some timber thinning and felling taking place at Marks Hall. This is all part of the Forestry Commission's planned harvesting of commercial timber. It provides us with a wonderful opportunity to develop more areas of the Arboretum and reinstate areas of native woodland. Read more