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Historic Houses in or near Burton upon Trent

Burton upon Trent is internationally renowned for being the capital of British brewing and is also the largest town in the National Forest. The Trent and Mersey Canal, and the River Trent run through the town. Historic Houses in or near Burton upon Trent Calke Abbey and Sudbury Hall & the National Trust Museum of Childhood are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Burton upon Trent
7.4 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Calke Abbey is an intriguing place, and a glimpse of what happens to a country house when it falls into disrepair. Courtyards are overgrown, and the paint is peeling away, with little restoration having taken place.
7.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
There's so much to see and do at Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood. Explore the Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood, stop off for tea and cake in the tea-room or walk through the historic grounds.
11.3 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Explore the stunning house and grounds of Keddleston Hall Kedleston Hall is a classical Palladian mansion built in the mid-18th century for the Curzon family. The house has the most complete sequence of Robert Adam interiors in England with magnificent state rooms retaining great collections of paintings and original furniture. The Eastern Museum has a collection of Viceroy Curzon´s artefacts from India, including the celebrated `peacock dress´ worn by his wife. The partly restored gar...
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