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House Entry in January and February

Frosty ground on the North side of The Vyne

Frosty ground on the North side of The Vyne

From 5 Jan until 13 Feb, entrance to the house during weekdays will be by guided tour only between 11.30am & 3pm. At the weekends, entrance will be via timed tickets between 11am & 3pm. This allows us time to continue our conservation program whilst still giving you access to the house. Come along and learn something new about The Vyne with our knowledgeable tour guides.

Tickets are available from the Ticket Office on arrival and are limited to a first come, first served basis.

Conservation in Action

Throughout the year, the House team will be undertaking preventative conservation. This will mean that some rooms may be closed and objects may be covered. This means that you will have the chance to see conservation first hand. Talk to the conservators as they work to find out more about our house and its conservation cleaning program.

A very inspiring ring?

One of the most exciting objects in our collection now has its very own exhibition inside the house, which is soon to be removed. This gold ring was found at Silchester, only a few miles away in a farmer's field. It has been linked with a piece of lead, inscribed with a curse. Who knows if it may have inspired Tolkien's books? To find out more click here.

  • Oak Gallery at The Vyne © Nadia Mackenzie

    Oak Gallery

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  • Wonderfull stained glass window in the Tomb Chamber at The Vyne © ©NTPL/Nadia Mackenzie

    The Chapel

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  • Wonderfull stained glass window in the Tomb Chamber at The Vyne © National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel

    Staircase Hall

    Making excellent use of a small space, the staircase was an avant garde addition to the house in the 1770s....

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