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The estate was once the home of the Boleyn family and now encompasses nearly 5000 acres with an impressive Jacobean house. Explore the nationally important book collection, hear the real voices of the servants who once worked ‘downstairs’, and discover th...more info
Britain’s biggest and brightest textile craft show. All the supplies, ideas and inspiration you could wish for.
Nestling on the edge of the Peak District, step back in time to the Regency era and explore the lavish interiors, and stroll around the beautiful gardens and enjoy the sweeping moorland views.Includes admission which is free to National Trust ...more info
Set in the beautiful High Weald landscape of Sussex, the Messell family created one of the country’s greatest gardens, with experimental designs and rare and unusual plants from around the world. Partially destroyed by fire in 1947, the house and partial ruins ...more info
A black and white half-timbered house, Ascott is thought to have stood since 1066. It was acquired by the Rothschild family in 1873, where it was transformed from an old farmhouse to a substantial Edwardian country house. Discover the impressive collection of paintin...more info
This hauntingly beautiful 255 acre estate is home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. Walk around the ancient burial mounds and discover the incredible story of the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasured possessions, and look ...more info
Visitors will be welcomed to the visitor building located 1.5 miles to the west of Stonehenge. There you can learn more about this complex monument in a stunning museum quality permanent exhibition, with over 300 pre-historic artefacts on display. Stonehenge is not i...more info
Dating back to the medieval times and set within rolling countryside, Greys Court has a tranquil atmosphere. From a Tudor show house to a 20th century family home, enjoy the homely living rooms – a patchwork of styles – and series of walled gardens. Inclu...more info
Woolsthorpe is no ordinary Lincolnshire farmhouse – in 1655, the plague sent Isaac Newton back from university to the place he was born for 18 months, where he worked in solitude and experiment. His interesting life and story is celebrated here, from childhood ...more info
The Back to Backs tell the story of the ordinary people that made Birmingham an extraordinary city. Built to house the rapidly increasing population of this industrial town, the houses reflect the lives of four different families who lived and worked in there during ...more info
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