In August 2019 acclaimed artist Rachel Dein will be exhibiting her unique castings at Hidcote made using plants and flowers from the garden collected throughout the seasons.
Subject to our winter weekend opening times.
Discover an indoor forest of storytelling trees at Gibson Mill.
The Grimm Forest is an exhibition of eleven tree sculptures with hand coloured images, inspired by stories collected by the brothers Grimm.
An exhibition of the best views and vistas capturing Sissinghurst in all its beauty entered into the Sissinghurst Photographic award in association with the International Garden Photographer of the Year.
Come and see how Lord & Lady Bearsted made Upton House and Gardens the perfect country retreat for their family in the 1930s. You can also discover Lord Bearsted's famous art collection including works by Bosch, Stubbs and Canaletto.
Pick up a map from the visitor welcome centre and head out on a winter walk through the frost-kissed garden. Discover 12 displays celebrating the Georgian tradition of the Twelfth Night with a final flourish at The Temple of Concord and Victory.
A series of powerful contemporary images directly inspired by the landscape and habitats of Kinder Scout and the Dark Peak, curated by INSTAR artists Trish Evans and Nick Humphreys as part of the National Trust's People's Landscapes project.
Cornish artist Callum Mitchell has been collecting stories from people on the Tin Coast, exploring why this place is special to them. Gorthwedh, ‘contrast’ in Cornish, is his original film, screened in a unique cliff top cinema.
Following the death of Alexandrina's father, Lord Alexander Peckover, in 1919, his valuable book collection was sold off. In the centenary of Lord Peckover's death, we wish to tell the story of his 'Lost Library' and wider collecting interests....