Corsham Court is an Elizabethan house of 1582 bought
by Paul Methuen in the mid-18th century, to house a collection of 16th and 17th
century Italian and Flemish master paintings and statuary. The State Rooms,
including the Music Room and Dining Room, provide the setting for an outstanding
collection of over 150 paintings, statuary, bronzes and furniture. Guided tour
and discussion of paintings by the owner, James Methuen-Campbell.