Organised by the Buckinghamshire Volunteer Fundraising Committee

Aynhoe Park- Sold out

  • Aynho Park House |
  • Visit and Talk |
  • Tuesday, 25 October 2016 - 10:30 until 12:30

There will be two tours of Aynhoe Park House: morning 10.30am or afternoon 2.30pm

Aynhoe Park is a magnificent late 17th century house built for the Cartwright family and now home to James Perkins, entrepreneur and art collector. The house was enlarged by Thomas Archer in the early 18th century and some of the interiors were remodelled by Sir John Soane in the 19th century. The house has been beautifully and sensitively restored to its former glory by the current owner and is filled with his impressive art collection ranging from classical sculpture to large scale taxidermy and all manner of curiosities. There is a surprise round every corner. The house overlooks parkland originally landscaped by Capability Brown and is currently being restored and replanted. James Perkins will conduct the tours of the house. Tea and coffee will be served in the orangery

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This event has been organised by the Buckinghamshire Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

Venue & entry details

Aynho Park House Aynhoe Park, Aynho, Banbury Oxfordshire OX17 3BQ

Entry details

£38 (includes tea or coffee)

To book, please contact Christine Harris on buckinghamshire@artfund.org.uk