Houses and buildings in Liverpool and Lancashire
Uncover the story of Liverpool and Lancashire in these amazing buildings, from Tudor manor houses to 20th-century homes.
Discover all the best houses and buildings for a great day out.
Discover the hall's fascinating objects and architectural features online and learn about the Norris family’s dangerous life under Elizabethan rule.
The house is now closed for winter. When it reopens in spring 2024, you can head to the Elizabethan Gawthorpe Hall to discover rooms filled with Victorian Gothic furnishings and decoration, and an internationally renowned collection of textiles.
Discover weapons and suits of armour, the Philip Ashcroft collection of 1930s Lancashire life, a 500-year-old screen, botanical watercolours from the 1800s and much more at Rufford Old Hall.
Step inside a 1950s time capsule of Liverpool life and creativity – the home and photographic studio of the Edward Chambré and Margaret Hardman. As seen on BBC Two series, Hidden Treasures of the National Trust. Hardmans' House will reopen in 2024.
Book a guided tour to explore the birthplace of the Beatles as you visit the childhood homes of John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney in Liverpool. See where they rehearsed many of their earliest songs.
Discover a variety of houses and buildings to visit around Cheshire and Manchester, from grand mansions with opulent state rooms to a restored working mill.
Alongside its natural outdoor wonders the Lake District also has many inspiring houses and buildings to visit, from the impressive Allan Bank where Wordsworth once lived, to the former farmhouse of Beatrix Potter.
Explore magnificent Welsh mansions and their collections, from ancestral homes to buildings designed by renowned architects. Discover the history and tales from bygone days, in breath-taking settings across Wales.
Discover Yorkshire's history with visits to the grand halls of Nostell, East Riddlesden and Nunnington, while the ruins of Fountains Abbey will give you a different perspective.