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Opening hours: See website for opening times for the House, Gardens, Stables and Service Wing which vary depending on the time of year, day of the week and season.
Stunning Jacobean country mansion, in the care of English Heritage. Set in gardens and parkland designed by ‘Capability’ Brown. See The Great Hall, Gothic Chapel, historic kitchen and dry laundry, restored parterre garden, the Temple of Concorde, built in 1790 in honour of George III, the Victorian Kitchen Garden, important Robert Adam furniture, outstanding British portraits from 16th–19th centuries and significant natural history collections. Friends of Audley End members may access house and grounds free. Partial access for disabled. Refreshments and shop. Located just off the B1383 (follow brown heritage signs) or by foot 1 mile from town centre.