Houses & gardens visited during 2016

My 2016 favourite house: Burton Agnes Hall

My 2016 favourite garden: Wollerton Old Hall

  1. Handel House Museum – London
  2. Sewerby Hall, East Yorkshire
  3. Apsley House, London
  4. Kensington Palace, London
  5. Brighton Pavilion, Brighton
  6. Hyde Hall Gardens, Essex
  7. Rainham Hall, Essex
  8. Red House, Kent
  9. Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire
  10. Prinsenhof, Delft, The Netherlands – website
  11. Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands – website
  12. Van Loon Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – website
  13. Zuiderzee Living Museum Villange, The Netherlands – website
  14. Kenwood House, London
  15. St Albans and Cathedral, Herts
  16. Berkhampstead
  17. Shaw’s Corner, Herts
  18. 78 Derngate, Northampton – website
  19. Chastleton House, Oxfordshire
  20. Sezincote Garden, Gloucestershire
  21. Hampton Court Castle & Gardens, Herefordshire – website
  22. Attingham Park gardens, Shropshire
  23. Berrington Hall, Herefordshire – website
  24. Ludlow
  25. Hodnet Hall Gardens, Shropshire – website
  26. *Wollerton Old Hall Gardens, Shropshire – website
  27. Cholmondeley Castle Gardens, Cheshire – website
  28. RHS Wisley Garden, Surrey
  29. Elsham Hall, North Lincolnshire
  30. Normaby Hall, North Lincolnshire
  31. Abbeywood Gardens, Cheshire
  32. Bluebell Cottage Garden, Cheshire
  33. Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
  34. Biddulph Grange Garden, Staffordshire
  35. Open Gardens Squares: Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary School
  36. Open Gardens Squares: The Guildhall and The City Art Gallery
  37. Open Gardens Squares: Evershed’s roof garden
  38. Open Gardens Squares: Tate Modern Community Garden
  39. Open Gardens Squares: The Blue Finn Building roof garden
  40. Open Gardens Squares: Peabody Blackfriars’ Estate
  41. Open Gardens Squares: Bonnington Square
  42. Open Gardens Squares: Dolphin Square
  43. Open Gardens Squares: Ham Yard Hotel roof garden
  44. Open Gardens Squares: West London Bowling Club
  45. Open Gardens Squares: St Quintin Avenue Community Kitchen Garden
  46. Open Gardens Squares: Arundel & Elgin communal garden
  47. Open Gardens Squares:  Stanley Crescent Garden
  48. Open Gardens Squares:  Ladbroke Square Garden
  49. Lambeth Palace Gardens, London
  50. RHS Hyde Hall, Essex
  51. RHS Wisley, Surrey
  52. York Gate, West Yorkshire
  53. Millgate House Garden, North Yorkshire
  54. Kiplin Hall, North Yorkshire
  55. Constable Burton Hall Gardens, North Yorkshire
  56. Scampston Hall Walled Garden, Yorkshire
  57. Sledmere House, Yorkshire
  58. Burton Agnes Hall, Yorkshire
  59. Sewerby Hall, Yorkshire
  60. Castle Howard, Yorkshire
  61. Westminster House, London – Open House
  62. Horse Guards HQ, London – Open House
  63. Banqueting House, London
  64. Benjamin Franklin’s House, London
  65. No 1. Royal Crescent, Bath
  66. Assembly Rooms, Bath
  67. Prior Park, Bath
  68. RHS Autumn Festival, London
  69. The Fan Museum, Greenwich, Nr London
  70. The Queen’s House, Greenwich, Nr London
  71. RHS Urban Gardens, London
  72. Castle Howard – Christmas Opening, Yorkshire

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One thought on “Houses & gardens visited during 2016

  1. I knew all your favourite houses in Herts and London (because I lived a year in each place) and Bath (because of a summer academy). But you have listed a few in North Yorkshire that will have to wait until the next trip. Despite being a Capability Brown fan, I didn’t even recognise the name Scampston Hall.

    So thank you and happy 2017

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