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Discover extraordinary aristocratic art.

paintingframebottom - Discover extraordinary aristocratic art. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free (and free parking) Time: 2-3 hours
Across four centuries, the artworks at the Harley Gallery reflect the tastes, style and political affiliations of the Dukes of Portland, residents of the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire. See their vast range of canvases, crafts and curios - from horse paintings by George Stubbs to an earring worn by Charles I at his execution - at the gallery, off the A60 near Welbeck, from 11am to 4pm.
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SHIREBROOK
DERBYSHIRE
53.20333, -1.21336


Sunrise: 05:48
Sunset: 18:07
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