There’s a lot going on in Hidden England at the moment. Historic houses and gardens are open to visit. A walled garden and a Cathedral can also be enjoyed. Hidden England is now on Facebook. Find out more by clicking here to find out more about money saving offers and great days out. Below we have provided direct links to the websites of the historic houses of Hidden England.
The Family Home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. The Castle enjoys breathtaking views over the Vale of Belvoir and costumed guides are on hand to show visitors the impressive collection of English history, period art and furniture. Click to view
Burghley is one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan age, and has been home to the Cecil Family for over 400 years. A superb example of British heritage and an English mansion. Click to view
This beautiful house is about one hours drive away, near Lincoln.It is also a member of Hidden England Click to view
Built for a visit by Henry VIII in 1541, the imposing Castle sits amongst rolling Lincolnshire countryside surrounded by formal gardens, extensive woodland and a 50-acre lake. The striking North Front is the last work of the Baroque architect Sir John Vanbrugh. You’re already here!
Rockingham Castle stands on the edge of an escarpment giving dramatic views over five counties and the Welland Valley below. Built by William the Conqueror, the British Castle was a royal residence for 450 years and for 450 years it has been a family home. Click to view
This house has had 500 years of continued ownership by the Brudenell family and is famous for its connections with he Earl of Cardigan and the ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’ during the Crimean War. Click to view
Considered by many to be the finest gothic building in the country, the cathedral dominates the skyline of Lincoln and should not be missed. Click to view