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Enjoy the view from Oxford Bridge, Stowe Landscape Gardens, Buckinghamshire © NTPL/National Trust/Rod Edwards

Enjoy the view from Oxford Bridge, Stowe Landscape Gardens, Buckinghamshire

Winter walks and fun outdoors

While some of our special places get their houses ready to re-open in spring, it's a great time to explore the parks, woodlands and countryside we care for. Or head to the hills and mountains for the best views.

We even have some enchanted forests to get lost in..

Our wedding places

Fancy saying 'I do' in a barn, a castle, or even a tower? Be inspired by the different places we have which can host weddings and receptions.

Get behind the scenes of Wolf Hall

Six of our historic houses star in Wolf Hall, the BBC's new lavish adaptation of Hilary Mantel's bestselling novel, charting the rise of Cromwell. Get behind the scenes in our video on location at Montacute House and more.

Celebrating Churchill

Chartwell, the home of Winston Churchill, is marking the 50th anniversary of his death with an exhibition. There is the chance to explore his life and the huge legacy he left in this new display.

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Shopping bargains

Don't miss further reductions in our online shop's winter sale - there are lots of bargains to be had on cards, books, blankets, scarves and more.

Bringing your dog

Give your dog a real treat at one of our places. We welcome dogs and have lots of ideas and facilities to help you both get your boots and paws muddy.

Romantic breaks

We have hundreds of romantic retreats to choose from. Here’s our pick of some of the best places to whisk your loved one away to this February.

Art for all

We use our places to showcase local and international artists in a range of exhibitions, from contemporary sculpture through to classic Turners.