Explore our basement and discover what life was like if you were a servant in the 1930s. At this grand country house, people were in service for the Hervey family and their guests. A visit will help you imagine what it was like to have to tend to their every whim.
There is a large collection of costumes at this 17th century plantation house. Children can enjoy trying on clothes in The Costume Closet, while there is also a costume exhibition in the museum called 'Naturally Inspired, Beautifully Attired'.
You can discover life as a farmer here and enjoy meeting some of the rare breeds. Groom one of the Shire horses, have a go at milking and imagine the farm in the days when it provided all the estate's food.
Imagine yourself as an Edwardian at Wightwick, a house that has been preserved as a home. Immerse yourself in Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris interiors, lovingly collected by Sir Geoffrey and Rosalie, Lady Mander.