A Passion for Fashion: 300 Years of Style at Blenheim Palace
This temporary new exhibition celebrating three centuries of fashion at Blenheim Palace runs from the 11th February-12th March and will include unique and historic items from the Palace’s own priceless collection.
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The Oxfordshire stately home, Blenheim Palace, situated within 2,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscape offers sumptuous colours, roaring log fires and perhaps a blanket of snow, perfect for a wintery celebration. See more: https://goo.gl/VScfyo
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The 300 year old cedar of Lebanon, which is on Parkland at Blenheim Palace, was featured in ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ when a young Severus Snape is tormented by Harry Potter’s father.
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Take a look behind the scenes at the lives of the staff who have lived and worked at Holkham. Using unseen photographs and original uniforms, alongside historic documents, hear the personal experiences and colourful stories of the people who have helped to keep this great house running over the last 200 years to the present day.
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One of the most compelling features of the Treasure Houses of England is that they all offer the visitor a living history. Most are still homes to the great families who have owned them for generations. Others keep their heritage alive by re-creating scenes and events that have dominated and shaped England from the 9th century to the present day.
Between them they house some of the most important art collections in the world with famous works from artists such as Van Dyck and Gainsborough. The connoisseur of fine furniture, porcelain and china will find priceless examples of Chippendale, Wedgwood and Meissen.
Each House is an architectural masterpiece surrounded by beautiful parklands and gardens. Visit each of the Treasure Houses of England to fully appreciate their own individualities.
Visit the new website at www.treasurehouses.co.uk to find out the latest news from the houses.