The places we look after across the region are home to huge collections of important art and interesting artefacts. From Tudor times to the present day you'll find fascinating items to stimulate and inspire.
Innovative, imaginative and creative…some of the words to describe the artistic approach taken to the display of the returning historic collection at Croome.
There are lots of beautiful items in our extensive collection, including fine tapestries. Take a look at what you could admire on your visit to Packwood House.
Unique handcrafted furniture provides the scene for childhood adventure and imagination, telling family stories amid the nationally significant Arts and Crafts Movement.
Discover the internationally renowned collection at Hardwick, including the famous Gideon tapestries, Noble Women embroideries and fine collections of painting and portraits.
Explore a home full of Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris interiors, lovingly collected by Sir Geoffrey and Rosalie, Lady Mander.
Our housekeeping team at Gunby Hall work hard to look after thousands of objects on display and in store. Take a look at how they preserve the collection.
Make the most of your tour around the house with our list of must-see highlights.
From a celebrity at Hardwick Hall, to Canons Ashby's destruction during the dissolution of the monasteries, our places in the Midlands have some stories to tell about the Tudor times.
From luxurious afternoon tea to a cuppa with a striking view, you'll find it all at one of our tea-rooms.
Our collections house many interesting and unusual items. Here are a few around the theme of the great British pie.
Discover what life was like for people in the Midlands during the 19th and 20th centuries, from the segregated dormitories of The Workhouse at Southwell to the perfectly preserved home and furnishings of a 1920s grocer.
We care for one of the world’s largest art and heritage collections. With close to one million objects at over 200 historic places, a surprise discovery awaits you around every corner.