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Wimpole Hall is open and we're looking forward to welcoming you back. Find out more about what to expect on your visit to the Hall.
We’re delighted to welcome you back. Opening times and days have changed, along with the way you experience Treasurer's House. Please read this article carefully so that you know what to expect before booking your visit and tour.
Read on to find out everything you need to know about your visit to Red House and how to book your tickets.
The house at Uppark offers a beguiling view of 18th century life in a fine country house, both above and below stairs.
Born in 1905 and sadly died in 1944 at only 39 years old Plas Newydd is home to a wonderful collection of Rex Whistler artworks. Currently presented at Plas Newydd is a temporary display of Whistler’s “unfinished” artwork.
Through a new ground-floor, one-way route, explore the unfinished works of Rex Whistler and view his famous mural.
Make the most of your visit to the house with our list of must-see highlights.
Ralph Dutton had a particular appreciation of Georgian architecture and furnishings, and the Hinton Ampner of today is a showcase for his work in rebuilding after the devastating fire of 1960.
The doors to the house here at Coughton are now open (last entrance 4pm). The dust sheets have come off the furniture and our volunteers are excited to be welcoming you back. Take a read to find out more about your house visit.
Between April and October you can explore six beautifully restored rooms, see some of Robert Adam’s earliest work, plus wonderful collections of paintings and musical instruments brought together by our tenant Alec Cobbe.
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.
Discover Upton House and Gardens, the country house and weekend retreat, where 2nd Viscount Bearsted, Walter Samuel, created one of the finest art collections in twentieth-century England.
Get a taste of what life at Kedleston would have been like in the early 20th century
Explore a house described as 'a haven of peace and quietness for those in need' at Greys Court.
Explore Basildon Park, a stunning Georgian mansion surrounded by parkland. Once the home of Lord and Lady Iliffe, it played host to many glamourous parties in the 1950s.
Discover the many layers that Anglesey Abbey has to offer. Your visit may be a little different to what you remember, so please take some time to read through this article for further information on what's currently open.
Dinefwr has a vast history of cultural and artistic happenings, continued by the National Trust with our programme of exhibitions at Dinefwr.