Our conservation work
Every scone you buy, every membership and every donation help to keep our special places special for ever. Find how you're helping our gardens and houses in this content round-up.
Red House is now closed to visitors until Saturday 29 February 2020, but that doesn’t mean we’re standing still. Find out what we get up to behind closed doors.
Our new project to discover the best ways to explain our conservation work to visitors.
Your guide to making the most of your visit this month.
With medieval origins as an agricultural building, find out how the barn survived a fire in 1887 and how the Inspired by Knole project gave it a new lease of life as a conservation studio.
Tragedy struck Uppark in 1989 when much of the house was destroyed by fire. An incredible rescue operation was soon followed by the Trust's most complex restoration.
This January, the National Trust team at Dinefwr will be working hard to carry out important conservation work inside our very special buildings. Go behind the scenes with our Senior Conservation Assistant.
Find out the new and exciting plans for Dinefwr’s special places this season.
Wimpole has a number of both large and small projects that have taken place over the last few years and here are just a few examples.
Find out about the six main principles behind our conservation work to understand how and why we protect the properties and landscapes we care for.
Just maintaining a site such as Wimpole requires a huge ongoing programme of repairs, painting and conservation, not only the buildings, but railings, pathways, furniture, books, borders and farm buildings.
Find out what it takes to look after the house and the collection when you look round the house this January and February.
Now that the main season is over, the house team will be working hard to ‘put the house to bed’ for the winter.
Hughenden's new special exhibition, celebrating 125 years of National Trust care, features pieces from the collection with a story to tell.
You might think that conservation takes a rest whilst the house is closed for the winter but he house team are super busy and are deep into our annual clean. Read on to find out what they are up to.
Find out more about our 'Inspired by Knole' conservation project in this second article in our series of conservation posts by Conservation Assistant Henry Weeds.
Visit Knole during Conservation Week from Tue 4 - Sun 9 June and find out how we care for the house and its wonderful collections.