Montacute House

Montacute House is a magnificent, glittering 16th century mansion with the longest gallery of its kind in England, displaying over 60 of the finest Tudor and Elizabethan portraits from the National Portrait Gallery collection.

The formal gardens include a collection of roses, mixed borders and famous wobbly hedges. Waymarked walks lead around the wider estate, which encompasses St Michael's Hill.

Open: Everyday except Tuesday
Garden: 10am – 5pm  House: 11am – 4pm

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