Helmingham Hall (1)

Helmingham Hall was a spectacularly beautiful setting for the Garden Museum’s annual festival, postponed from last year. An early Tudor moated house recooked by Anthony Salvin in 1840:-

Everything about it was perfect – a compact, well ordered garden, opening out onto a spectacular deer park:-

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