WIMPOLE HALL AND HOME FARM IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE (NATIONAL TRUST)
Wimpole Hall was a magnificent country house built in the 17th century set on a large country estate of 2500 acres. It had a colourful history of owners, the last one being Elsie Bambridge the daughter of Rudyard Kipling and his American born wife Caroline (Carrie). Elsie married Captain George Bambridge in 1924 and lived abroad for many years before buying the derelict Hall and estate in 1938 spending many years restoring it to its former glory. We begin our visit at Home Farm, the largest rare breeds centre in East Anglia with a chance to see some new born spring lambs. The Old Rectory Restaurant (licensed) the Farm Restaurant and the little Café in the Stable Block provide excellent refreshments.
NT members please bring cards and make the office aware to qualify for a reduction of £10.65.
Senior Citizen/Child: £35.65