Powis Castle and Garden
- An autumnal view of the terraces at Powis
- The Long Gallery at Powis Castle and Garden
- Lead statues at Powis Castle and Garden
- The State bedroom at Powis Castle and Garden
- Autumn colour on the lower terrace of Powis Castle is an unmissable delight
- Autumn planting on the Orangery Terrace
- The Clive Museum at Powis Castle and Garden
Medieval castle rising dramatically above the celebrated garden
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Powis is a Welsh castle built by a Welsh prince - Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn - (c1252). It survived sieges, wars and division to become one of the most prominent castles in Wales.
George Herbert, the 4th Earl (3rd creation) and his wife Violet undertook a comprehensive restoration of the castle and grounds during the Edwardian era, with the help of the architect G F Bodley. By 1909 the castle, gardens and estate were in their heyday.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Powis Castle and Garden on the National Trust Collections website