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.
Discover Waddesdon Manor's dramatic architecture, grand rooms and imagine staying here as a guest.
Discover the rooms with a view inside the impressive exterior of Trelissick house.
From the sweeping parkland with its wild deer herd to the grand showrooms and world-class collection, there is something for everyone at Knole. Whether you have an hour to spare or a full day ahead, plan a visit to Knole and enjoy a splendid day out in the Kent countryside.
Each year we lend dozens of items from our collections to external exhibitions. You might be surprised to find out where our objects travel to.
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.
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.
Whether you are an art lover, a rambler, a budding Egyptologist, or someone who just wants to slow down, draw breath and notice the plants and animals around you, Kingston Lacy has something to share with you. Curator Kate Bethune, recommends her top seven must-sees when you visit Kingston Lacy...
We care for one of the world’s largest art and heritage collections. With close to one million objects at over 200 historic places, a surprise discovery awaits you around every corner.
Artists and designers never cease taking inspiration from the natural world, from wildlife and plants to the changing seasons. Celebrate spring through some of its most evocative depictions in our collections.
Many items in Oxburgh’s collection were acquired by the Bedingfeld family, explore some of the most significant items within the collection.
An ivory inlaid jewel in Kingston Lacy’s crown
A painting acquired by William John Bankes, now on display in Kingston Lacy’s dazzling Saloon.
Discover new exhibitions and art inspired by special places in the North West. Uncover previously untold stories from the past and see artworks from the National Portrait Gallery on display.
Built for Sir John Brownlow in the 1680s, the mansion has all the design features of a classic country house. Inside, the wealth of the Belton estate is immediately apparent, with grand display rooms and impressive collections of porcelain, silver, paintings and books.
Not far from the centre of Cambridge, wander around Anglesey Abbey and it's stunning garden for all seasons. Escape to Wicken Fen in search of wildlife and big skies. A little further afield enjoy exploring Wimpole Estate, including Home Farm where you'll meet some new arrivals. Houghton Mill is the perfect stop to relax by the riverside.
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.
With 700 years of history to protect, our conservation team work hard to care for the house and collections. This work is usually carried out behind the scenes, to ensure your enjoy your visit.