Visit: Doddershall Park & Claydon House

| Doddershall Park & Claydon House

An event to celebrate the centenary of Florence Nightingale's death (1820-1910). A private visit to Doddershall Park, home of the Prideaux Family for generations. It is a moated house which dates back to the 16th century with additions every century since. After a welcoming cup of coffee, enjoy a guided visit. In the afternoon, a visit to Claydon House, the home of the Verney family and now belonging to the National Trust. Claydon is an architectural gem with lavish Rococo carvings, acknowledged to be amongst the finest in the land. This was Parthenope Verney’s home, (née Nightingale) and Florence spent a large part of her life here. The top floor is now a museum dedicated to her.

Venue information

Doddershall Park & Claydon House

Buckinghamshire

Entry details

£42 (NT members), £48 (Non-NT members). Apply to Chris Maxse, 01489 877703 8am

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