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Upcoming events

My Ightham Mote autumn activity pack

Thu 19 Oct 2017
10:00-16:00
Have fun in the countryside with our PDF downloadable autumn activity pack. Each season we're highlighting some of our favourite things to do in the outdoors, as well as some of the best 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4. So bring your family...

Queen of Ightham Mote exhibition

Thu 19 Oct 2017
11:00-16:30
'Queen of Ightham Mote - An American interlude: Queen Palmer, John Singer Sargent and their Circle'. The exhibition runs from Saturday 4 March - Saturday 23 December 2017.

October half-term

Sat 21 Oct 2017
10:00-16:30
Keep the family entertained this October half-term with our Hallowe'en spider trail around the garden.

Turn of the Screw

Sat 21 Oct 2017
18:30-22:00
Come and see this spooky one women show inspired by Henry James' Turn of the Screw, performed by Kate Glassock.

Hallowe'en craft activity

Thu 26 Oct 2017
12:00-15:30
Join us to get creative as we make spooky spiders webs for Hallowe'en. (50p donation)

My Ightham Mote winter adventure

Wed 01 Nov 2017
10:00-15:30
Have fun in the countryside with our winter activity pack.
Ightham Mote decorated for Christmas

Christmas at Ightham Mote 

With the days drawing in, and the temperatures beginning to fall, it's time to start looking ahead to the festive season. This year, as part of our 'Queen of Ightham Mote' exhibition, we'll be decorating the house for a Victorian Christmas with an American twist.

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Eating and shopping

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Groups

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History

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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Our work

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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