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The UK contains two National Trust organisations; National Trust for Scotland and the original National Trust which owns and maintains many historic buildings, monuments and lands within England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
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    Calke Abbey - 229
    A country house, park and garden where time has stood still. One of the Trust's most child-friendly…Similar
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    The picturesque remains - including the fine gatehouse and a complete corner tower - of a moated, b…Similar
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    Ashby Castle forms the backdrop to the famous jousting scenes in Sir Walter Scott's classic novel o…Similar
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    Belton House - 509
    17th-century country house with magnificent interiors, beautiful gardens and extensive parkland. Fi…Similar
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    Medieval castle rising dramatically above the Lincolnshire countryside. Explore six floors from the…Similar
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    Birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac Newton. Exhibition explores Newton's childhood at the manor…Similar
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    Atmospheric 19th-century workhouse. The best-preserved workhouse in England. Explore the workshops …Similar
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    A deserted medieval village, one of the best preserved examples in England, clearly visible as a co…Similar
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    Althorp - 1310
    Visitors are invited to view the house, grounds and exhibition 'Diana - A Celebration', as well as …Similar
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    Imposing church built in 1653, with fine panelled interior. One of the few churches built between t…Similar
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    Stately home finished around the 19th century resemble a gothic castle, has been the home of the Du…Similar
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    Kirby Hall - 1511
    Kirby Hall is one of England's greatest Elizabethan and 17th-century houses. Begun by Sir Humphrey …Similar
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    A little-known gem, Gainsborough Old Hall is among the best-preserved medieval manor houses in Engl…Similar
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    Located near Ollerton, on the edge of historic Sherwood Forest, this 150 acre park is one of Nottin…Similar
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    Ashby Museum - 1603
    Ashby Museum works closely with the county Museum Service and other independent museums, providing …Similar
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    In 1290 Eleanor of Castle, the beloved wife of Edward I and mother of his 14 children, died at Harb…Similar
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    Jewry Wall - 2028 (5.4)
    A length of Roman bath-house wall over 9 metres (30 feet) high. The adjacent museum tells the story…Similar
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    This delightful triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of one of the Gunpow…Similar
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    Established in 1154, Stoneleigh Abbey has more than 800 years of history: Jane Austen lived here an…Similar
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    Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and t…Similar
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    Set beside the church of a picturesque ironstone village, Lyddington Bede House originated as the l…Similar
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    Moira Furnace - 2871
    Operated by Moira Furnace Museum Trust. An impressive iron-making blast furnace built by the Earl o…Similar
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    Remains of a grammar school for church choristers, founded in the mid-15th century by Ralph, Lord C…Similar
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    The remains, mainly the 13th-century refectory and kitchen, of a small monastery for just six Gilbe…Similar
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