Whether you fancy a quiet countryside walk through changing autumn colour, a cozy wander through an 800 year old abbey, or a peek behind-the-scenes of our conservation work, autumn is the perfect time to visit Lacock.
Feel at home in Lacock by bringing your slippers and relaxing in a comfy chair, reading a book, or writing postcards by the fire - and you'll be helping us to protect the wooden floors in this historic family home.
Lacock is home to nearly 900 medieval and Tudor tiles. This autumn, you'll be able to get a glimpse of how our volunteers clean, process and catalogue these tiles to help save them for the future.
An exhibition celebrating 100 years of Lacock Women's Institute which takes place in the Manger Barn, not usually open to the public, as part of Heritage Open Days.
Bring along your DSLR, system or bridge camera and develop your digital photography skills on this full day workshop with local trainers, Lacock Photography.
Bring along your compact or even your phone camera and develop your digital photography skills on this two and a half hour beginner's workshop with local trainers, Lacock Photography.
Artist, Maggie Taylor, returns to Lacock this summer with a new exhibition inspired in part by Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland'.
From the atmospheric abbey cloister to the changing colours in the woodland grounds, Lacock is the perfect place for an autumn walk. There's plenty to see and do inside the abbey and museum too.
For a short walk around Lacock village or a longer ramble around the surrounding countryside, we've got you covered.
Lacock Abbey is a country house with monastic roots and Britain's birthplace of photography.
Lacock Abbey's beautiful grounds are a place to relax, explore and reconnect. Wander through the changing colours, find the giant tree stump and see if you can spot some woodland wildlife.
With its central grid of four streets, Lacock today looks much like it did 200 years ago. Lacock is a quintessential English village with streets lined with timber-framed cottages and local shops.
Lacock is a famous filming location and its appearances include Harry Potter, Wolf Hall and Pride and Prejudice. Look out for the Abbey in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
There's lots of fun for all the family at Lacock this October half term.
Why not stay a little longer and spend some nights in picturesque Lacock? It's a perfect base for exploring Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire and the Cotswolds.