Snowshill Manor and Garden - National Trust

The Living Room in the Priest's House at Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire
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Snowshill is no ordinary manor, as Charles Paget Wade was no ordinary Edwardian gentleman. Mr Wade embodied his family motto 'Let nothing perish', spending his life and inherited wealth amassing a spectacular collection of everyday and extraordinary objects. He bought each because of its colour, craftsmanship and design, restoring the ancient Cotswold manor house to display them. Laid out theatrically, the Manor is literally packed to the rafters with 22,000 or so unusual objects – from tiny toys to splendid suits of Samurai armour. The Manor is surrounded by an intriguing terraced hillside garden designed in the Arts & Crafts style.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

House & garden: £11.30, child £5.70, family £28.20.
Garden, restaurant/shop only: £6.10, child £3.10, family £15.20.


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Additional info

Groups and coaches welcome but limited and strictly by prior appointment.

Snowshill Manor and Garden - National Trust
Snowshill Road
nr Broadway
WR12 7JU




01386 852410


01386 842822

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