Collection highlights at our places
Want to delve into the objects and works of art in the houses and world-class collections we care for? Browse all our collections content in one place.
With over 5000 items in the eclectic Pamela Ward collection, we decided to share some of our favourite things with you!
Find out what makes Castle Drogo such a special 20th century building.
Uncover the stories behind Ickworth with our daily tours
Created by generations of the Winn family, Nostell was built to impress. From Robert Adam interiors to a world-class Chippendale collection, explore the rich history of this northern treasure house.
A glorious Gothic Revival estate, complete with the largest collection of objects in the Trust
Museum collections are constantly changing and developing and here at Sudbury that's no different. Thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery we're exploring childhoods and collecting for the future, you might just see something you remember.
Join us as we transport you back to the summer of 1938 inside the house. With plenty to see and do, including some brand new exclusives, what will you discover?
There are plenty of National Trust treasures around Devon. Why not take a look for yourself?
A vision from Venice nestled in a pocket of Dorset. Read about Kingston Lacy’s most influential owner who made it the special place you see today.
With our second contemporary art installation 'The Edge of Things' opening on 17 May, there’s a whole programme of events this year linked to the themes explored by artists Neville Gabie and Joan Gabie.
Find out how artists Neville Gabie and Joan Gabie have brought our nationally important book collection to life through contemporary art installation 'The Edge of Things', which runs from 17 May - 27 October.
Join a small and exclusive guided tour and learn more about the eccentric owner and his special gift of Treasurer's House to the National Trust - the first to be gifted complete with its collection. Running Wednesday - Friday afternoons from 1.30pm, May - 25 October.
The National Trust is delighted to welcome artist Ben Taffinder with his new solo show at Trelissick Gallery. In this collection of paintings, Ben is continuing his artist’s journey to understand Cornwall’s unique sea and landscapes.
Marvel at the architecture of the largest country house in Cambridgeshire. See the spectacular Yellow Drawing Room and unusual plunge bath plus a fascinating glimpse of life below stairs.
The collection we care for at Hill Top and the Gallery, left to us by Beatrix Potter, totals over 1433 objects in the house and over 2200 works on paper. Its range gives us a glimpse inside Beatrix Potter's magpie mind.
Many items in Oxburgh’s collection were acquired by the Bedingfeld family, explore some of the most significant items within the collection.
Whilst viewed in isolation, the dark furniture at Oxburgh Hall, cobbled together from other pieces, may not be to your taste. But when seen in the context of Oxburgh's interiors, the furniture is of real importance and a rare survival.
Oxburgh’s notable collection of historic wallpapers dates from between 1750 and 1950 and includes designs by leading designers such as Pugin, Crace and Willement.