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Art & architecture
Fri 1 May 2020
Senior curator, Juliet Carey, reflects on being away from Waddesdon during lockdown and the objects that have stayed with her, providing comfort in these strange times.
Mon 9 Dec 2019
Waddesdon Manor is the only place in the world where you can see three ship vases. This Christmas, inspired by the carol ‘I saw three ships’, we have displayed them together for a special display…
Mon 2 Dec 2019
Aromas of pine needles, spiced mulled wine and roasting chestnuts are not the only goodies offering a sensory extravaganza this Christmas at Waddesdon. Classic carols transform the whole property for…
Tue 12 Nov 2019
On Saturday 2 November 1755, Marie-Antoinette, the famously ill-fated queen, was born to the Austrian Imperial family.
Tue 24 Sep 2019
This basil pot has been on display since 1997 in Waddesdon’s Smoking Room, on loan from the Rothschild family, but has now been given to the National Trust through the Acceptance in Lieu Scheme, mak…
Wed 11 Sep 2019
Designer Charles Marsden-Smedley illustrates the transformation of a former maid's room into a densly-packed barrel-vaulted new gallery housing over 300 objects collected by the Rothschild family.
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