The exhibition aims to tell the complex story of “Jewish” country houses – a story of prejudice and integration, difference and belonging. It explores how Jews arrived in Britain and fought for the right to acquire land and the political rights and social status that came with this. It is an untold story that illuminates what it means to be British, and the changing place of both Jews and the country house in British life.
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This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
- Meeting point
The exhibition is located on the North Lawn in front of the Manor.
Whisk your family away from the everyday and escape into a Christmas fairytale on your doorstep. This year, enchanting scenes from the 12 days of Christmas are brought to life in the garden, stableyard and manor at Hughenden.