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We're opening up as many hidden and rarely seen places as possible. Find out how previous generations used the underground spaces here on our cellar tours.
Chart the history of our house. Follow the stories of the socialites, politicians, industrialists, school pupils and others who've lived here over the centuries.
Celebrated architect Robert Adam designed the interiors in his earliest country house commission. Much of his work here can still be seen throughout the house.
Follow our trails around the house to help children get the most from their visit. Uncover hidden gems with two trails for different age groups.
Pick one up at the house entrance or download them here if you're in the process of planning your visit.
Get a little house history and enjoy music from the instruments of The Cobbe Collection.
The basic guide lasts around 45 minutes and is available for £2 from the house entrance.
Our house is a family home so many of our objects are out on loan to other places.
For rarely seen items, take a look at our highlight page in the national inventory of collections.
Highlights chosen by our house team
Mrs Siddons as the Tragic Muse, 1784
Sarah Siddons, actress, icon and superstar of the 18th century, painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Boscawen console tables, 1750
This pair of marble-topped tables are the only items left in the house from the original furnishings.
Grand Piano by Nannette Streicher, 1823
Loaned by HM The Queen, this piano by Beethoven's favourite maker has a cymbal, a bell and a drum.