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.
BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow will be filming here at Erddig on Thursday 26 July.
Unleash your inner explorer when you come and spend the Easter holidays with us. So much to do at Ickworth, you'll want to come and explore again and again...
There's more to being a Knole room guide than meets the eye. As well as meeting and helping visitors, our volunteers enjoy a lively social scene, with study hours on a variety of topics, lectures, outings and meals on a regular basis.
With our appeal so far we have acquired over 1,000 individual items that belonged to Sir Winston Churchill at Chartwelll. We still need your support though to secure the final objects in our appeal, including Churchill's Nobel Prize for Literature.
The house at Kingston Lacy in Dorset is a treasure trove of art work and the exotic, all courtesy of the Bankes family and their colourful past. Book your timed ticket house entry now via the What's on page.
Come and see what you can experience in the Court at Croome. Our collection is returning and we are developing innovative ways to display select pieces.
Get hands on in the interactive gallery, view the collection of 18th-century portraits on permanent loan from the National Portrait Gallery and appreciate the Italian inspired architecture on your visit.
Discover Waddesdon Manor's dramatic architecture, grand rooms and imagine staying here as a guest.
Did you know that Waddesdon Manor houses an outstanding collection of Dutch paintings?
A great collector, Charles Wade filled Snowshill Manor with thousands of weird and wonderful items.
From June 2018 we will be telling the stories of four women who have been instrumental in shaping Kingston Lacy across 400 years of the estate’s history.
Marvel at the architecture and discover beautiful wood carvings, a decorative staircase and a Chinese pagoda.
As we celebrate 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, discover the intriguing stories behind five powerful women, drawn together across time by a link to Croft's history.
Watch this space for our conservation blog as we explore the many artefacts that are being cared for in our new conservation studio.
We've been searching the collection at Greenway for things that are usually hidden away, and each month are bringing them into focus. In the Winter Dining Room each month's items will form the centre of a display in our 'cabinet of curiosities' and will feature here on the website along with a writing prompt.
Safe under the newly repaired roof, the fashion collection is back. This year meet the radical women who made fashion political during the campaign for women's suffrage.