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Waddesdon is a French renaissance style chateau built in the 19th century. It has one of the finest Victorian gardens in Britain, famous for the Parterre, fountains, statuary and colourful carpet bedding.Includes admission which is f...more info
A largely ruined castle dating back to the Stone Age, it has played an important part in English history. It is best known as one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots, and was one of the great centres of power in medieval England. The dramatic ruins s...more info
This world famous garden, laid out in the influence of Italian and French styles, retains its original lead statues, orangery and an aviary on the terraces. The medieval castle contains one of the finest collections of paintings and furniture in Wales....more info
Located in the Cotswolds, the remains of one of the largest Roman Villas in the country provides a fascinating insight into 4th century Roman Britain. A modern conservation building provides access to stunning mosaics, and a small museum houses artefac...more info
Chatsworth is the home of the Devonshire family, who have welcomed visitors to the house and garden for more than 200 years. It is home to a unique collection of art and regal interiors, and the garden is famous for its rich history, modern waterworks ...more info
In historic Corsham you will find independent shops and restaurants. The BBC’s hit drama ‘Poldark’ was filmed in the high street, doubling as 18th century Truro in the TV series. The 15th century manor house lies within beautiful coun...more info
One of the most complete historic estates open to visitors, for nearly 400 years the estate was the property of the Egerton family until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1958. The early 19th century mansion sits amid a landscaped deer park an...more info
Travel by boat from Walton-on-Thames to Hampton Court Palace along the Royal River Thames, passing through Sunbury and Molesey Locks before passing under Hampton Court Bridge and taking in the view of the palace from the river before disembarking for y...more info
Explore one of Oxfordshire’s hidden gems. The late 18th century grand country house remains very much the family home of Lord Faringdon where the family art collection is displayed. Beyond the house are extensive grounds where you can discover th...more info
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