Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Wiltshire

Please note that not all properties included in this section offer free access to HHA Friends. Those that offer free access have the words Free to Friends in the More Information section on the right hand side of their entries and are also listed in the annual Friends Handbook. No other properties can be visited free.

Showing 11 properties in Wiltshire

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Bowood House - Wiltshire
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Family home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne, Robert Adam's Diocletian wing of a once larger house includes a magnificent orangery, library, chapel, sculpture gallery (with famous Lansdowne Marble) and the laboratory where Joseph Priestley disc... read more
Corsham Court - Wiltshire
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A Elizabethan house of 1582 bought by Paul Methuen in the mid-18th century to house his major collection of 16th and 17th century Italian and Flemish master paintings and statuary. In the mid-19th century the house was enlarged to contain a second collect... read more
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A treasure garden beside the Avon, designed by Harold Peto in Edwardian and Tudor styles - terraced garden with clipped yew and Chilmark stonework; but Peto's Edwardian style gives way to luxuriant planting; walled garden with tunnels of apple trees and p... read more
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Outstanding Edwardian garden: Italianate with colonnades, terraces, cloisters, an open-fronted casita, statues and ponds above river. Harold Peto lived here from 1899 until his death in 1933; skilful planting in William Robinson style combines with countr... read more
Longleat House - Wiltshire
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A Stunning Stately Home:
Longleat House is set within 900 acres of ‘Capability' Brown landscaped gardens and is widely regarded as one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to t... read more
Newhouse - Wiltshire
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A curious triangular building using 2-inch thick bricks, erected by the same family which built Longford Castle, also triangular. Begun in 1609 as a hunting lodge, it points outwards like a figure 'Y' and has 18th century extensions added to the 'Y' wings... read more
Wilton House - Wiltshire
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The chief architectural features are the magnificent 17th century state apartments (including the famous Single and Double Cube rooms) and the 19th century cloisters.

This property offers free access to HHA Friends and Members during normal... read more
Great Chalfield - Wiltshire
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Great Chalfield is a delightful fifteenth century manor with adjoining parish church. It was restored 1905-1911 by Robert Fuller who gave it to the National Tru... read more
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Peaceful 5-acre plantsman's 'Millennium' garden adjoining Malmesbury Abbey, the hugely historic site includes 2,000 different roses, 2,000 herbs centred in medieval herb garden and 2,000 other plant species, double herbaceous borders, wooded and river wal... read more
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Lydiard House & Park is the ancestral home of the Viscounts Bolingbroke. The Palladian house contains original family furnishings and portraits, exceptional plasterwork and rare 17th century painted window. The Georgian walled garden has beautiful sea... read more
Overtown House - Wiltshire
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NB this property does not offer free access to HHA Friends and Members.

A Grade II listed house, built in separate stages during the seventeenth century, this traditional family home has many features of the period, including a close... read more