Built in 1778-81 for the son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford, Berrington Hall is one of the few masterpieces of the architect Henry Holland to survive intact. The interiors are characteristic of Holland’s refined Louis XVI manner and the house is set amidst a park with an artificial 14-acre lake laid out by the landscape designer ‘Capability Brown’, who was also Holland’s business partner and father-in-law.
We're reopening the mansion on Monday 14 September; read on to discover what to expect on your next visit and don't forget to book by heading to our What's On page.
Find out about our treasures on display
Learn about our latest acquisition of some rare letters.
Learn about the estate's various owners over the years and the man who originally built the house and gardens.
Stroll around Berrington Hall's landscape, which was created by 'Capability' Brown, the man known as 'England's Greatest Gardener'.
Explore 'Capability' Brown's final garden design and spend some time in our striking sculptural pavilion, designed by artists Heather and Ivan Morison.