I'd long thought of visiting, but was put off by thinking it was actually in Leeds, and I hate city driving. But it isn't; it is actually 4 miles out, just off, and accessed from the M1. Fabulous collections in the house, great cafe, stunning grounds (which I'll explore better another time). If there is a minus, it is the lack of Brown signs all the way from the M1.
Admission price was very reasonable, with no pressure to rush through past the treasures inside. Mum found the stairs hard-going, but the staff couldn't have been more helpful, and I understand there's a wheelchair if needed. Suggestion - buy the guidebook before going in, as there is a lamentable lack of descirptive signs ON the objects, though there is a useful folder arrangement.
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