From the grandeur of Turner and the Age of British Watercolour at Petworth House and Park in West Sussex to celebrating 50 years at Churchill's Chartwell in Kent, there is something new to enjoy at many of our properties across London and the South East in 2017. Every time you open your mind you help us to open up more of our special places to discover.
Open from 7 January at Petworth House, Turner and the Age of British Watercolour offers a rare opportunity to see a major dimension of British art.
Enjoy Mottisfont’s Rex Whistler exhibition, Hinton Ampner's small Hampshire Artists’ Co-operative crafts show and The Vyne’s new ground floor experience.
Artist Nova Marshall has enlisted the help of school children to create a new exhibition about the local area’s relationship with Sir Winston's family home as we mark 50 years.
Find out what our servants got up to in their free time while Mrs Greville was off travelling the world in 'Rules and Roller Skates: the perks of a life in service', running daily from 5 January.
Wrap up warm and enjoy a chilly walk among the snowdrops to kick-start your New Year.
Steal a kiss in the shadows of the romantic ruin at Bodiam Castle or enjoy a romantic stroll at Knole.
We'd love to see you this February half-term at your local National Trust place for some fun family acitivites. You can play with planes and trains at Hughenden in Bucks, try a fun dog themed trail at Polesden Lacey and much much more...