England’s Greatest Elizabethan House. Home to William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer and Chief Minister to Queen Elizabeth I, Burghley is a true treasure house. So much more than a building, Burghley offers a unique glimpse in to the way great houses have been lived in from the time of Queen Elizabeth I to the present day. The Historical Garden of Surprises is a fantastic addition to Burghley and was inspired by William Cecil's lost Elizabethan garden, it now waits to reveal surprises to those who enter. With over 450 years of family history and fabulous places to eat and shop Burghley is one not to be missed!
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Christmas at Holkham

Christmas Comes to the Treasure Houses of England

Magical yuletide markets, grottos, light shows and craft workshops will be on offer at the Treasure Houses of England – … Continued

Halloween at the Treasure Houses of England

Behind-the-scenes tours of spooky castles, murder mysteries, chilling plays, and terrifying trails will be among the activities on offer as … Continued
Beaulieu Love Locks

Valentine’s Day Inspiration from the Treasure Houses of England

Beaulieu The Love Lock Tree in the grounds of Palace House at Beaulieu is open for couples to add their … Continued

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