Capesthorne Hall Houses
Capesthorne has been touched by nearly 1,000 years of English History.
Roman Legions passed across it. Titled Norman families hunted on it. In the Civil War the family was Royalist and an ancestress helped Charles II to escape after the Battle of Worcester.
The historic collection displays a family's taste collected over three centuries and include fine art, marble sculptures, tapestries, Regency, Jacobean and Rococo antiques from throughout Europe and America and the Far East.
The journey through Capesthorne Hall begins in an Entrance Hall of historical paintings, marble sculptures, English, French and Dutch antique furniture and 16th century stained glass windows.
The Capesthorne acres, which surround the Hall with woodland, parkland, and lakes, provide popular relaxation breaks for visitors on public open days as well as corporate and private users.
Through the Milanese Gates, opposite the Chapel, the tranquil gardens, alongside the estate's chain of lakes, merge colourful perennials with more unusual 18th century plants, maples and cherry trees.
Capesthorne Hall is open to the public on Sundays, Mondays and all Bank Holidays, from April to October inclusively. The Gardens and Chapel are open from 12 noon to 5pm. The Hall is open at 1.30pm until 4.00pm with last admission at 3.30pm.
AddressCapesthorne, Capesthorne, Cheshire, SK11 9JY
Opening times12pm - 5.30pm
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