The perfect setting for an Edwardian country retreat
Wed 24 Apr 2019
This year we’re sharing the secrets that keep a country estate great, taking you beyond the scone.
In our pop-up conservation studio you’ll be able to see how we care for pieces in our collection, from silver to priceless books and works of art. Have a go yourself – we’ll show you how.
A park at the heart of the community
All levels welcome! Free
A unique 17th-century treasure trove
Re-imagining Ham House’s 17th century formal garden so it will once-again inspire a ‘wow’ from today’s garden lovers.
Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill
Be one of the first visitors to see our new permanent exhibition. Featuring the fascinating collection of Churchill's own cherished possessions, collected by him over the course of his lifetime.
Delve deeper into the stories of the Churchill family on this intimate one hour tour. Let one of our knowledgeable guides lead you around selected rooms in the house, including exclusive access to Churchill's bedroom. Not available on Bank Holidays.
Inspired by the Baroque palaces of Europe and nestled in the South Downs, Petworth House displays the finest art collection in the care of the National Trust.
Take a peek inside the Cambridge Bedroom, Stone Hall and Chamber Landing in the private apartments of Petworth House.
Glorious gardens and woodlands overlooking the River Thames
See a blanket of bluebells on a self-led trail around the estate.
Relax in the grounds of this former Tudor palace.
On this family trail through the gardens, see if you can find ten Victorian children that used to live at The Vyne.
Through a series of outdoor activities, families can learn about and look after nature. Among other tasks, measure bug biodiversity, see how camouflage works and map the audible landscape of The Vyne.
The home of one of the most remarkable men of the 20th century
See a beautiful carpet of Bluebells, only a short walk from the house on a hard standing path.
Nuffield Place springs to life in early March with beautiful splashes of colour.
An estate saved from almost certain demolition and lovingly revived
The Wild Play Trail takes in some of the best views of the parkland, while engaging the little ones with the nature that surrounds them.
A little harder to find than at other places, set off on an adventure into the parkland and discover some special bluebells.
A new exhibition of inspiring artworks in the South Pavilion.
The house is redisplayed to emphasise the splendour of the 18th century collection and interiors, telling the fascinating stories of the Georgian residents who lived here.
Ancient trees, rolling chalk downlands and lush meadows in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Come along to our exhibition about citizen science and wildlife surveying, before heading out onto the estate and having a go yourself.
Ellen Terry's early 16th-century house and cottage gardens
In 2019 we will be celebrating the 90th anniversary of the creation of the Museum and the 80th anniversary of it being bequeathed to The National Trust by Edith Craig.
A Rothschild House and Gardens
Pack up your matzah picnic and venture outside with family and friends on this hike.
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