- Free entry with National Art Pass.
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The spectacular Lyme Park, originally Tudor, now resembles an ornate 18th-century Italianate palace.
“The noblest house in the north-west”
Enjoy hearing visitors play the piano as you discover tapestries, clocks and beautifully furnished rooms. On display in the library is the Sarum Missal, the only surviving copy of a Caxton book printed in 1487, acquired with Art Fund help in 2008. The period gardens contain an Edwardian rose garden and a medieval deer park.