Your culture attendant: things to do in Stow On The Wold

A THING TO DO TODAY

STOW ON THE WOLD
Price: £13.60 (adult)
Time: 1-4 hours
Antiquities from China, paintings from northern Europe and an array of British folk art... Compton Verney, a country house near Kineton, has many treasures within its historic walls. Explore the house and 'Capability' Brown parkland as well as the art, which you can explore in depth with a tour at 2pm today.
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STOW ON THE WOLD
GLOUCESTERSHIRE
51.93008, -1.72382


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