Discover the National Trusts biggest project, The restoration of Clandon Park
Clandon Park was built by the Venetian architect Leoni in the 1730s and was considered to have one of the finest Marble Halls in Europe. Sadly, in April 2015, Clandon was nearly destroyed by a fire which caused significant damage to this beautiful building. As a aresult the national trust have made it their mission to rebuild thhis much loved house to its former glory. The house is still open to the public and you can see the trusts progress whilst learning about exciting plans and conservation techniques that will ensure Clandon park will live on. The attractive gardens contain a grotto, sunken Dutch garden and a fascinating Maori Meeting House.