Private visit: Corsham Court, Wiltshire

| Corsham Court

Corsham Court, an Elizabethan manor house (near Chippenham in Wiltshire), is still privately owned and the home of James Methuen-Campbell, the eighth generation of the Methuens to live there. The house and grounds bear the imprint of both Capability Brown and John Nash, but it is the collection of furnishings and paintings acquired in the 18th century, including pictures by Van Dyck, Reynolds and Filippo Lippi, which remain the principal treasures of the house. Following an introductory talk enjoy a private tour of the house with expert guides. You are also free to explore the 17 acres of formal gardens.

Venue information

Corsham Court

Church Street Corsham, SN13 0BZ

Entry details

£25 to include morning coffee. Apply to Jeff Branch, 01628 780708 11am - 4pm approx.

"Art Fund" is the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331)