East Anglia

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  • 1. Blickling Estate

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    Behind the wrought-iron entrance gate to Blickling Estate, two mighty yew hedges form a magnificent frame for this perfectly symmetrical Jacobean...Read More

  • 2. Burghley House

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    Considered one of the grandest houses of the Elizabethan age, this architectural masterpiece is celebrated for its rooftops bristling with pepper...Read More

  • 3. Holkham Hall

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    One of the most splendid mansions in Britain, Holkham Hall is the seat of the Coke family, the earls of Leicester. In the late 18th century...Read More

  • 4. Houghton Hall

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    Built in the 1720s by the first British prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole, this extraordinary Palladian pile has been carefully restored by...Read More

  • 5. Sandringham House

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    Not far from the old-fashioned seaside resort of Hunstanton, Sandringham House is where the Royal Family traditionally spends Christmas. The...Read More

  • 6. Audley End House and Gardens

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    A famous example of early-17th-century architecture, Audley End was once owned by Charles II, who bought it as a convenient place to break his...Read More

  • 7. Bridge Cottage

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    On the north bank of the Stour, this 16th-century home in East Bergholt has a shop, an exhibition about Constable's life, and a pleasant tearoom...Read More

  • 8. Gainsborough's House

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    The birthplace and family home of Thomas Gainsborough (1727–88) contains many paintings and drawings by the artist and his contemporaries. Although...Read More

  • 9. Ickworth House

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    The creation of the eccentric Frederick Hervey, fourth earl of Bristol and bishop of Derry, this unusual 18th-century home was owned by the...Read More

  • 10. Kentwell Hall

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    A wide moat surrounds this redbrick Tudor manor house with tall chimneys and domed turrets. Built between 1520 and 1550, it was heavily restored...Read More

  • 11. Medieval Bishop's Palace

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    On the south side of Minster Yard, this building has exhibits about the former administrative center of the diocese, plus a garden and working...Read More

  • 12. Melford Hall

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    Distinguished from the outside by its turrets and topiaries, Melford Hall is an Elizabethan house with its original banqueting room, a fair...Read More

  • 13. Moyse's Hall Museum

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    This 12th-century building, probably the oldest extant building in East Anglia, is a rare surviving example of a Norman house. The rooms hold...Read More

  • 14. Oliver Cromwell's House

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    This half-timber medieval building stands in the shadows of Ely Cathedral. During the 10 years he lived here, Cromwell (1599–1658) was leading...Read More

  • 15. Willy Lott's House

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    A five-minute stroll down the path from Bridge Cottage brings you to this 16th-century structure that is instantly recognizable from Constable...Read More

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