This architectural tour of Norfolk explores the county’s great Palladian houses:
• Houghton Hall, Palladian architect William Kent’s first important interior commission, which features elegant furniture design and ceiling frescoes
• Holkham Hall, one of Europe’s most impressive Palladian mansions with well-preserved interiors originally commissioned by Thomas Coke
• Raynham Hall, a 17th century mansion influenced by England’s first Palladian architect Inigo Jones, and modified by Thomas Ripley and then by William Kent
Roger White, MA, FSA
architectural and garden historian, former secretary of the Georgian Group
9 Oct — 11 Oct 2017
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Cost includes: accommodation based on sharing a twin or double room, breakfast, three lunches, doinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
Not included: travel insurance, double room for single use supplement £72.