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During this curator-led tour of A Rothschild Treasury, discover the stories of the precious objects on display and learn about the tradition of treasure rooms which inspired the Rothschild family.
A Rothschild Treasury houses more than 300 objects made from rare and precious materials. From a 1st-century cameo of Augustus Caesar’s grandson to jewellery gifted by Queen Victoria, via pieces bearing Nazi inventory numbers, gold boxes and more, this gallery celebrates generations of Rothschild collecting.
In this hour-long tour with one of our curators, discover the stories behind some of these extraordinary items, many of which have never before been on public display.
Tickets must be booked along with a House & Grounds admission ticket.
Please meet at the main entrance to the Manor promptly at 10.50am. The tour will last approximately one hour.
A Rothschild Treasury is located on the top floor of the Manor via stairs.
If you require an alternative access route, please email email@example.com at least 48 hours in advance of your visit. A member of staff will go with you in a lift to the second floor. You will then need to be able to transfer yourself to a chairlift, and back again. You will need to arrive at 10.30am.