Ightham Mote

Ightham Mote

What's on

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Upcoming events

Timed entry to Ightham Mote (26 July - 1 Aug)

Tue 27 Jul 2021
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Things to see and do

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Our work

An artist impression of the newly designed areas at Ightham Mote

Unlocking Ightham Mote 

The National Trust is seeking to secure the future of Ightham Mote by restoring and protecting historical features and improving visitor facilities. To achieve these aims, a revised planning application has been submitted, which has been closely informed by wide ranging consultation and the feedback received.

The north east corner of Ightham Mote covered in scaffolding

The £10 million house 

Aiming to retain the original fabric of the house wherever possible, and to use traditional methods and materials, the conservation work at Ightham Mote took 15 years to complete.

Flood water in the house courtyard

Caring for Ightham Mote  

In 2016, the team were met with a challenge that called for extensive conservation work, here's a reminder of what happened and what work is needed to care for Ightham Mote.

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Eating and shopping

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Looking from the courtyard, across the North Bridge

The owners of Ightham Mote

Who used to live here? Uncover the stories of some of the families who have lived here over the past 700 years including medieval knights, Tudor courtiers, high society Victorians and an American businessman.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Ightham Mote on the National Trust Collections website