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Magnificent Elizabethan house set in grounds landscaped and laid out by Capability Brown in the 1760s and later by Humphrey Repton. Internationally renowned picture collection housed in beautiful 18thC interiors.  
Opening Times: 20 Mar-30 Sept: 2-5.30pm except Mon & Fri. 1 Oct-19 Mar: w'ends only 2-4.30pm
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Season: Closed December.
Entrance fee: House and gardens £6.50, gardens only £2.50, Groups £5
Daytime Tel: 01249 701610
Email: leonora.martin@corsham-court.co.uk
Website: www.corsham-court.com

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Landscaped by Capability Brown in the 1760Ęs with a 13 acre lake and specimen trees including an Oriental Plane with a circumference of 200 yards.  
Opening Times: Sat & Sun only Oct-Mar. Mar-Sep. 11.00 to 17.30 ex Mondays
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Entrance fee: £5.00 Groups £4.50
Daytime Tel: 01249 701610
Email: leonora.martin@corsham-court.co.uk
Website: www.corsham-court.co.uk

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The 5 acre garden close to the 12thC Abbey contains the largest private collection of roses in Britain, as well as a vinery, fruit trees and herbs.  
Opening Times: 21 March-21 October. Daily 11am - 5.30 pm. Only guide dogs.
Entrance fee: Adults £5.50. Family £13. Concessions.
Daytime Tel: 01666 822212
Email: info@abbeyhousegardens.co.uk
Website: www.abbeyhousegardens.co.uk

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Avebury Manor was built in the 16th century. Its 5 acre ancient walled gardens are on the site of a former priory. Close to the World Heritage Site.  
Opening Times: 1 April-31 Oct. 1100-1700 daily except Wed, Thur
Entrance fee: Garden £3, house and garden £4
Daytime Tel: 01672 539250
Email: avebury@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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For full details go to: Attractions/World Heritage Sites/Avebury (1986)  
Opening Times: Open all year.
Entrance fee: £4. Alexander Keiller Museum £1.80
Daytime Tel: 01672 539 250
Email: avebury@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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Over 2,000 acres of gardens and grounds were landscaped by Capability Brown between 1762 and 1766.  
Opening Times: 1 April-31 Oct. 11.00-18.00, house 11.00-17.00
Entrance fee: £7.50 house and gardens. Rhododendron walks in season £4.50
Daytime Tel: 01249 812102
Email: c.snape@bowood.org
Website: www.bowood.org

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Opening Times: 1 Apr.-31 Oct., 11.00-17.30, grounds 11.00-18.00
Season: 1 April-31 Oct.
Entrance fee: £7.50, groups £6.50
Daytime Tel: 01249 812102
Email: c.snape@bowood.org
Website: www.bowood.org

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It contains a secret garden, winter garden, a woodland, a sunken rose garden and a silver border  
Opening Times: April to October. Sundays, Wednesdays, Thurdays . 2 - 6pm
Entrance fee: £4.00
Daytime Tel: 01380 722 035
Website: www.greatbritishgardens.co.uk/broadleas.htm

Completed in 1480, the manor house is enhanced by a moat and a gatehouse. It has beautiful oriel windows and a great hall.  
Opening Times: Tues., Wed., Thurs., 30 March-28 October, 12.00-17.30. Admission by guided tour. First at 12.15, last at 16.30.
Season: End March-end October
Entrance fee: £4.40
Daytime Tel: 01225 782239
Email: noemail@house.co.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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. It has splendid Victorian gardens and a museum dedicated to William, Henry Fox Talbot the discoverer of the negative/positive photographic process.  
 
Entrance fee: £5.60.
Daytime Tel: 01249 730227
Email: lacockabbey@nationaltrust.org.uk
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wessex

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This is the ancestral home of the Bolingbrokes which they rebuilt in 1743. Set in rolling lawns and woodland.  
Opening Times: Daily, all year 10.00-17.00. Sun., 14.00-17.00. Winter close 16.00
Season: Dairly all year
Entrance fee: £1.50
Daytime Tel: 01793 770401
Email: lydiardpark@swindon.gov.uk
Website: www.lydiardpark.org.uk

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The abbey was founded in the 7th century by St Aldhelm as a Benedictine monastery. It became the third most important ecclesiastical site in England.  
Opening Times: All year. 10.00am - 5.00pm.
Entrance fee: Free. Donations welcome
Daytime Tel: 01666 826666
Email: office@malmesburyabbey.com
Website: www.malmesburyabbey.com

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It is one of the finest middle class houses in England. It was built, with help from Cromwell, after a fire in 1653 destroyed much of the area.  
 
Rooms: 3
 
 
Website: www.churchfarm-atworth.freeserve.co.uk

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