Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout October, visitors can explore the Sudeley Castle Rooms, currently closed to the public, with an expert guide.
Visitors are invited to tour through the Castle’s private rooms to see wonderful antiques and art amongst family photos and trinkets within their genuine setting. From the library containing over 1,000 rare and first edition books, a portrait of Rubens by Anthony van Dyck and a 16th century Sheldon tapestry, to the Morning Room featuring A View of Stourhead by Turner, this is a glimpse into the private home of the Dent-Brocklehurst family who have dedicated 200 years to the restoration and conservation of Sudeley. This tour takes visitors through The Chandos Bedroom displaying a bed rumoured to have been slept in by Charles I and will draw attention to the highly important 16th century “An Allegory of the Tudor Succession” painting by Lucas de Heere, commissioned by Elizabeth I.
With just four visitors per tour, this is a unique and personal opportunity to delve into Sudeley’s history with an expert guide, exploring rooms currently closed to the public.
Visitors are required to wear face coverings, unless exempt and social distancing and cleaning measures are in place to adhere to Government guidelines.
|Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout October (1 Oct 2020 - 31 Oct 2020)|