Things to see & do
Discover these special spaces and places
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- The feeling of the past in the home of George Washington's ancestors
- Discover what it was like to live in the 1930s in the Tenement Room
- Admire the solid oak furniture of Tudor times
- Check out the collection of 'Washingtonabilia'
- Stroll through the pretty formal gardens scented with herbs and flower
- See the newly planted orchard, which will provide native apples
- Hear the birds in the Nuttery, and see them enjoying the new pond
- Enjoy tea and cake in the new accessible tea-room in the garden
Brought to you by the National Trust, The Arts Centre Washington and Washington Wetlands Trust.
Project Wild Thing screening times 10.30am and 2pm
Filmmaker David Bond is a worried man. His kids' waking hours are dominated by marketing, and a
screen time threatening to turn them into glassy-eyed zombies. Like city kids everywhere, they spend way
too much time indoors - not like it was back in his day........He decides it's time to get back to nature – literally. ''This film will change your life'' Patrick Barkham, The Guardian
Tickets are free but you must book at the box office to guarantee a place. Contact - Arts Centre Washington 0191 2193455