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Notice: This Bank Holiday weekend we are operating a timed ticket system to enter the house. These will be given on a first come first served basis and may run out on busy days.

The home of one of the most remarkable men of the 20th century

Nuffield Place reveals the surprisingly down-to-earth lives of Lord Nuffield, founder of the Morris Motor Company, and his wife. Their home and personal possessions are just as they left them, the decor and furnishings intact.

From the comfortable sitting room with a small black and white TV, to Lord Nuffield's humble bedroom with a secret built-in workshop, this intimate home exudes the tastes and interests of its remarkable owner.

Garden

Come and find out how we are restoring the garden

Come and find out how we are restoring the garden

Nuffield Place is surrounded by pretty gardens which we are in the process of restoring back to the Arts and Craft style that Lord and Lady Nuffield would have seen when it was their home from 1933 to 1963.

Lady Nuffield's car

Lady Nuffield's Wolseley Eight has now returned to Nuffield Place and is on display in the garage. Lord Nuffield's Wolseley is on display at the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon.

Weather

What are we up to?

Vroom Vroom Vroom

A line of Morris cars outside Nuffield Place

Arriving in style? If you own a Morris, Wolseley or a vintage car associated with the Nuffield company you are welcome to park outside the house during your visit. Drop us a line before you come.

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