Tabley House

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John Carr of York designed Tabley House for Sir Peter Byrne Leicester, Bt., and completed it in 1769. His son, Sir John Fleming Leicester, Bt., later 1st Lord de Tabley, was the first great patron and collector of British paintings. Today, important works by JMW Turner, Henry Thompson and James Ward can be seen in the rooms for which they were created, together with fine paintings by Dobson, Lely, Reynolds, Cotes, Northcote, Callcott, Fuseli, Lawrence, Opie, Martin and others. Open to the public are The Old Entrance Hall, The Drawing Room, The Common Parlour, The Common Parlour, The Oak Hall, The Gallery and St. Peter's Chapel and the Old Hall Room. Tabley House collection is now owned and supported by the University of Manchester.

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Opening times (2 April - 31 October)
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* Open bank holidays

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Address: Tabley House, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 0HB, UK.
Phone: +44 1565 750151
Email: enquiries@tableyhouse.co.uk

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