A home with a heartbeat, still lived in today by the Carew Pole family.

A still lived in family home


What's on

Upcoming events

Glorious Garden Tour

Wed 03 Apr 2019
This walk and talk with a gardener will take you from sweeping views designed by the celebrated landscape gardener, Humphry Repton, to formal gardens thoughtfully conceived by the still live-in family, the Carew Poles.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Tue 09 Apr 2019
Follow the clues in the hunt around the garden to claim your Cadbury prize. For children of all ages.

Conservation in Action

Tue 23 Apr 2019
Join the conservation team to find out how they look after a house full of personal treasures collected by generations of the Carew Pole family right up to the present day.

Half Term

Mon 27 May 2019
Keep your minis busy this half term with garden trails, den building and seed planting.

Meet the Beekeeper

Sun 23 Jun 2019
Find out all there is to know about bees and beekeeping from a local expert.

Anyone for tennis?

Sun 07 Jul 2019
Tennis nets made out of bunting set in glorious surrounds. Game. Set. Match. This is tennis with a National Trust twist.

Eating and shopping

Eating and shopping


Get involved

Group of staff and volunteers smiling

Volunteer at Antony 

Make new friends, learn new skills and help keep Antony special. Why not take a look and find out more about volunteering at Antony?


Our work

Dovecote surrounded by scaffold and a crane lifting off the cupola from the top of the building

Help save the dovecote 

Play your part in securing the future of Antony's dovecote.



Boy looking at an insect under a magnifier

Learning at Antony 

Ditch the classroom and get back to nature with some experiential, hands-on learning outdoors. Sessions can be tailored to meet your needs.



Group visit

Group visits 

We welcome groups at Antony and look forward to accommodating your needs and planning small touches to make your visit special.


Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Antony on the National Trust Collections website