Join us for a delicious breakfast followed by an exclusive tour of the house and attic spaces displayed just as Baron Ash intended his guests to view the house. Come and hear the stories behind key pieces of the Packwood collection.
Take a peek inside one of Croome's eye-catchers, usually closed to the public. With fantastic panoramic views of Worcester from the top of the tower you'll understand why it was chosen as a viewing platform designed by James Wyatt. FREE,...
Join Michael Jones for a piano recital of Elgar, Liszt and lesser known composers. The Elgar School of Music located in the heart of Worcester welcomes students of all ages to provide the very best of musical education.
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.
Stowe Gardens will be hosting a volunteer recruitment weekend on the 23rd and 24th of February at 10.30am-1pm both days. This is a great opportunity to drop in and find out how you can play your part as a volunteer with the National Trust at Stowe.
Kate Charlesworth, illustrator, cartoonist and graphic novelist, took up residence at Wightwick in May, and drew on Virginia Woolf’s essay, 'A Room of One's Own' to create a new exhibition inspired by Wightwick’s past.
Throughout February budding Rangers can meet the different types of trees that live at Shugborough on our woodland trail, or join in with one of the additional activities taking place during half term (16th-24th).
Join a volunteer led tour to find out all about this architectural masterpiece, designed by Henry Holland. Find out how your support is enabling us to undertake repairs to restore this over 200 year old structure.