Spring is well and truly underway at Lacock and there's lots going on in the abbey, grounds and Fox Talbot Museum...
Throughout spring, the abbey grounds are carpeted with beautiful blooms; the snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils of early spring now give way to tulips, wild garlic and roses.
Scientist and artist, Jan Ramscar, presents an exhibition of botanical projection photograms at the Fox Talbot Museum.
In its 800 years of history, Lacock has welcomed photographers, artists, film-makers and now, you. Follow the lead of those before and capture your Lacock moments on this fun family trail.
As the evenings begin to stretch out, the tranquil Wiltshire countryside around Lacock comes alive with the sound of birdsong and new colours emerging. The perfect setting for a relaxing stroll.
Lacock Abbey is a country house with monastic roots and Britain's birthplace of photography.
The Fox Talbot Museum explores the history of photography, while the South Gallery at the abbey reveals the famous oriel window.
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.