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Capesthorne Hall is an imposing turreted red brick building looking out over 100 acres of beautiful Cheshire parkland, gardens, lakes and woods.
This Jacobean-style building, which was actually constructed in the early 18th century, is the private home of the Bromley Davenport family, who have lived on the land since Domesday times.
The grand Entrance Hall with its magnificent stained glass windows contains historical paintings, sculptures, and English, French and Dutch antique furniture, and there are more treasures on display in the The Queen Anne Room, Drawing Room and bedrooms.
The Sculpture Gallery is a showcase for Roman marbles and portraits.
Look out for The Wild Escape at museums and galleries in the next few months. Many have special events, or you can use our audio introduction to help children get involved at any cultural venue.
Visiting with children?
The more you see, the more we do.
The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.