Holkham, Wells-next-the-sea, NR23 1AB
£5 (Adult) £2.50 (Child 5-16 yrs incl)
Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun, 10am-5pm 1st April - 31st October, Main Season
Let our ‘talking tools' tell you what they were used for; find out who puts the malt in Maltesers; discover why cow pats are so important (yes, they really are!); take your turn at milling flour; test your foody knowledge with our quick-fire table-top game; sit back and enjoy our beautiful ‘Holkham Year' film; don those Holkham tweeds and Bowler hats and dress up as a Holkham gamekeeper – with smells to sniff, buttons to press and drawers to open you'll really enjoy discovering farming without having to put your wellies on!
‘Field to Fork' tells the story of Holkham's unique farming history and the fascinating, complex and interwoven stories of crop production, gamekeeping and conservation and how this all contributes to producing the food on your fork. Starting at the very beginning with Thomas William Coke, better known as the agricultural pioneer ‘Coke of Norfolk', then travelling through time to modern day farming at Holkham, you will find out all about historical farming techniques as well as discovering which crops we grow at Holkham in the 21st century and just how they end up on supermarket shelves.
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