Marks Hall Estate is a striking heritage landscape that extends to over 2,200 acres of Essex countryside. It includes tenanted farm holdings, residential and commercial property, broadleaved woodlands of high nature conservation value, an 18th Century Coach House event venue and at its heart an Arboretum; a stunning collection of trees.
The Arboretum forms an unmissable attraction in Essex, combining beautiful formal lakeside gardens, an enviable collection of trees originating from every temperate area of the world and miles of leafy woodland walks to explore and enjoy.
Over 40,000 visitors a year come to explore Marks Hall, enjoy home cooked food and delicious cakes in the restored Essex Barn and browse the plant centre and gift shop. Many choose this charming setting to celebrate their wedding with family and friends.
The Charitable Trust was established in 1971 and receives no external funding. With your support, we will ensure that this special place will be enjoyed by generations to come.
Marks Hall Trust was founded by the Thomas Phillips Price will on 16 February 1933. It was established as a Charitable Trust in 1971 and is governed by a board of Trustees.
Marks Hall Estate is a registered Charity responsible for the care, management and enhancement of a unique historic landscape set within the Essex countryside.
We will respect the heritage of this Estate while developing a restorative and inspiring landscape that is good for people, plants and wildlife