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.
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.
Find out the new and exciting plans for Dinefwr’s special places this season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ever wondered what it takes to care for Anglesey Abbey?
Now that spring is here, many of us may be thinking about giving the house a good clean to clear away the cobwebs... and it's no different at Mr Straw's House.
2019 will be a year of rediscovery for Rufford with opportunities to take a closer look at our collection and explore how we care for objects.
The glorious, 400-year-old Spangled Bed has now been taken apart so that it can be sent away for conservation.
A look at how we overcome the factors that contribute to the deterioration of our items and decorative features.
The collection at Oxburgh Hall is maintained and conserved by our House Team. Find out how they make sure that Oxburgh can be enjoyed by everyone for years to come.
Admire Knole's precious collection of furniture and paintings up close in the Great Store, open 5 March – 30 October.
Spring is finally here and Ickworth is ready to be explored by visitors. The winter provides us with a great opportunity to conserve our collection and ensure it looks its best all year round.