Discover more about the man behind the collection on our early bird tour of the house. Whilst the house wakes up for the day ahead, discover Lord Fairhaven's country home through a guided tour at this special time of day.
Snowdrops are one of our first signs that spring is on its way and Anglesey Abbey is famous for them. The garden is home to over 300 different varieties, some of which can only be seen on the exclusive behind the scenes tours.
Enjoy the extensive, lovely views to be seen from the chalk grasslands of Dunstable Downs. Nordic Walk alongside the wild flower meadows and woodlands and along the chalk escarpment of the Chiltern Hills.
Blow away the cobwebs on a crisp winter walk as you take a moment to pause and reconnect with nature. Pick up a walk map from the visitor centre and look out for different sights and sounds as you explore the garden undressed for winter.
It won't be long after the New Year before you see the gardens bursting with snowdrops, or as we fondly like to call them 'Stowedrops'. Follow this brand new route and path network to see the best of the season and unseen views of the lakes.
Stowe has one of the most significant gardens in the country, so what better way to come and spot birds than here? Whether you see sparrows or siskins, blackbirds or barn owls, your findings will be crucial to make sure bird species are cared for.
Get closer to nature with the Wild team on an epic walk to complete as many of the '50 things to do before you're 11¾' challenge activities as possible. Routes and session themes will change with the seasons.
If you love to chat, would like to welcome visitors and help make their day that extra bit special and are free at weekends, this is for you. Drop in to one of the open days to chat to the team and find out more about working in Visitor Welcome.
Throughout the season there will be an exhibition in Lord Peckover’s bedroom (first floor) about the Grand Tour undertaken by some of the Peckover family in 1872. Using research from original Peckover travel journals, photographs and source...
Get outdoors this early Spring with our range of adult and family activities. Have fun on one of our trails, become an orienteering astronaut or stargaze from the parterre. This is the perfect time to enjoy the countryside.
Whilst the main house with the Disraeli rooms will be closed for conservation work from 6-24 Jan, the west wing which features the Second Word War Hillside story will be open.
The Shop, Café and Gardens are open as usual.
Exploring Benjamin Disraeli's life as a Jew and a Christian, this exhibition looks at the story behind his baptism through items from the collection including punch cartoons, election posters and books.
Join Hughenden's house team to see spaces that aren't usually open to the public. Find out about the architectural history of the manor, discover where special collections are stored and learn how we look after the manor today.
This half term become a bird detective and take on a mini adventure around the gardens to learn about the birdlife at Hughenden with our winged heroes Bat and Robin. £3 per trail with a craft to take home.
Come and meet the team and find out more about how you can be involved at Canons Ashby. Drop in any time between 10 and 2pm, enjoy a cuppa and have a chat with some of our current volunteers.
Please note the property is closed to visitors this day.
Join us for a filming tour of Rainham Hall, as we open our big front door to welcome you to the site of Scrooge’s house in BBC One’s A Christmas Carol 2019. Go behind the scenes with a guide to see where the action happened, have a look at...
Have you got any New Years Resolutions? We've got plenty to do in our garden this winter, and we could do with some extra help. If you've got some time to spare, help us move compost and plant seeds for our new orchard opening this Spring.
Land of the Fanns invited local people and communities to a story writing workshop on 25 Jan where participants identified and celebrated 100 Stories gathered in response to the different Landscape Character Areas within the Land of the Fanns...
As part of our celebrations for the 125th anniversary of the National Trust we’re releasing 50 things to do at Cliveden before you’re 125 ¾, as suggested by our staff, volunteers and visitors to help you get the most out of your visit to Cliveden.
Follow Ham’s own four legged friend to spot everything Charlie the dog has found in this winter children’s trail. Available from visitor reception for £1, keep the little ones entertained as they get out and about in the Christmas holiday.