Stourhead is known for its world-famous 18th century landscape garden. Its centerpiece is a magnificent lake shimmering with reflections of classical temples, mystical grottoes and rare and exotic trees. Secrets of the Hoare family history are revealed at Stourhead House (originally the family holiday home!) with the chance to discover the unique Regency library, collections of Chippendale furniture and inspirational paintings, all set amid 'picnic perfect' lawns and parkland. The lake and house are at the heart of a 2,650-acre estate where chalk downs, ancient woods and farmland are managed for people and wildlife to enjoy.
Includes admission which is free to National Trust Members, please select the relevant option and leave your National Trust Member number in the "Requests" box. National Trust cards will need to be shown on the day.
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