Over eleven generations of the Chichester family helped to shape the Arlington Court you see today. As well as their desire for building, the collections assembled throughout the years give a glimpse into their lives and passions.
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Find out more about the save our silks project and the conservation work that has been completed
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The significant model ship collection at Arlington needs regular care and attention - find out more about how our team looks after these precious objects.
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Find out about the evolution of the pleasure grounds at Arlington Court from the late eighteenth century to the present day, including Trust ownership and management.