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.
From 21 September, visitors will be able to see national exhibition “Faces of Change: Nature’s Champions” in the new squash court
Trelissick Gallery is delighted to host artist Neil Davies for our summer exhibition of 2019. Preview his work here and visit the Gallery from 20 July to 8 September to view them in person.
There are lots of new things happening at Cotehele this summer, from children’s holiday activities to tasty treats.
Explore life above and below stairs in a unique family home that's captured the way of life of a bustling household during the early years of the last century.
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 until 27 October.
Get hands on with the Tattershall Collection of artifacts and see what you learn old pots and bits of shot, as we celebrate the wonderful world of archaeology.
Enter this welcoming family home with its honey-stone walls, sentimental family items and photographs. Appreciate the finest plasterwork adorning the interiors and spot the many treasures that William Holbech II collected during the Grand Tour.
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.
Take a closer look at our favourite objects from the Sizergh collection.
Following a successful year of activities in 2018, the Unlocking the Archive team from UEA, will be back, offering a variety of opportunities to get up close to the books and find out more about our nationally important collection.
Explore the house that Bess built in the 16th century and find beautiful Elizabethan tapestries.
From cellar tours to discovering the large collection and exploring the garden, there's plenty to explore upstairs and downstairs in this uniquely created townhouse. Look out for family activities during the school holidays.
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 1.15pm until Friday 25 October.
The Forest tapestry by William Morris visited Wightwick Manor in 2017 to be re-united with the Philip Webb sketches.
The culture of Greece and Rome has long served as inspiration for the arts - from classically inspired architecture and interior design, to sculpture, paintings and textiles. Find out where you can see Greek and Roman influence at properties in the South West.
Discover the rooms with a view inside the impressive exterior of Trelissick house.
Conservation is an ongoing concern. Have a look at some of our latest conservation projects throughout the estate and find out how your support is helping us. From Silvergate cottages and the river Bure to our Long Gallery Library and walled garden restoration work.