The National Trust Heritage Records Online website is the easy way to discover more about the archaeology we care for.
From buried remains to medieval buildings and industrial landscapes here are just some of the highlights from the Midlands.
Riverside Roman remains, originally thought to be a villa or shrine complex but now interpreted as a bath house site.
A chance discovery of two Bronze Age beakers, found near the lake, provide a glimpse into the long-lost prehistoric landscape of the area.
This deserted medieval village survives as earthworks to the south of the main house. The village was abandoned many years before finally being demolished probably at the time of building the present Hall in 1700.
The remains of the lime and brick yards that survive within the woods provide a unique insight into the industrial landscape of the estate.
Within the parkland survives an Iron Age hillfort. The earthworks have been extensively excavated and have revealed both prehistoric and later Roman archaeology.
Explore the entire Heritage Records Online website to discover more about the archaeology cared for by the National Trust
The places we care for house extensive collections of art and items of historical interest. Here are a few highlights to enjoy.
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.
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