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Peek around a decaying stately home.

calkeabbey - Peek around a decaying stately home. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £12.75 (adult) Time: 2-4 hours
Britain's vast country mansions were left delapidated throughout the end of the 20th Century. See what they were like at Calke Abbey in Derbyshire - owned by an eccentric family, given to the National Trust in 1985 and little altered since. Explore the grounds, gardens and tunnels as well as the house itself - admission to that is by timed ticket from 12.30pm until 4pm.
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SWADLINCOTE
DERBYSHIRE
52.774, -1.55744


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