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Corsham Court

Corsham SN13 0BZ, England
+44 1249 701610
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Dreary, dark picture gallery

Very expensive entry fee for what you get - walking through dark rooms with unspectacular paintings... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2017
Lawrence, KS
via mobile
Exceptional collection, shame about the lighting

A remarkable 16th C manor house with exceptional plasterwork ceilings and some very interesting... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
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Corsham SN13 0BZ, England
+44 1249 701610
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Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Very expensive entry fee for what you get - walking through dark rooms with unspectacular paintings (I have degrees in art history and have worked for 2 museums). The few benches in the garden look as if they would collapse if you sat on them....More

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James M, Owner at Corsham Court, responded to this reviewResponded 11 January 2018

This is hardly a fair description. The Picture Gallery contains original works by several famous artists, such as Van Dyck, Carlo Dolci, Sofonisba Anguissola and Guercino. The Lippi Annunciation in the Cabinet Room is one of a handful of the master's works in private ownership....More

Reviewed 6 November 2017

A remarkable 16th C manor house with exceptional plasterwork ceilings and some very interesting furniture ,ceramics, sculpture and china. However, its' true purpose is to serve as a gallery for an extensive art collection of considerable quality and breadth. And this was where I felt...More

1  Thank lowrollerUK
Reviewed 21 August 2017

Went on a day trip with the local National Group to Corsham and Corsham Court. It is a large house, but only the rooms on the ground floor is open to visitors. We were given an introduction to the rooms by the present owner James...More

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Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

Corsham Court dates from the 16th century and is full of paintings, fabulous furniture, fascinating musical instruments and an interesting history. It is set in lovely parkland, mainly designed by Capability Brown including unusual trees, an extraordinary Bath House and a lake. Few people seem...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2017

Although it costs £10 per adult to enter this is well worth the cost. There is lots to see and an amazing amount of pictures to see. The guides are well informed and are happy to share information with you. The gardens are beautiful and...More

1  Thank Pamela N
Reviewed 17 June 2017

Not open all the time so check carefully but once you get there enjoy the house and magnificent garden. Take time to see the church as well. Lovely village setting.

1  Thank Tony B
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Buildings look lovely and dramatic topiary outside but didn't get to go in. Park with lambs and lake well worth a stroll through, and they are free!

2  Thank leilagriffiths
Reviewed 20 April 2017

The last time I visited the Court was, well, an age ago... when you have something like this on your doorstep it's all to easy to take it for granted. A beautiful house containing around 100 paintings and some lovely pieces of furniture. I'm not...More

Thank cga00
Reviewed 18 April 2017

10 pounds to get in . for that you get to look around a few rooms of paintings and you also are able to walk around the large gardens/woods. very enjoyable.

Thank noel g
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Lovely treat - beautiful house with an amazing history and the peacocks were amazing. Would definitely make a return visit.

1  Thank natasha_astill
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23 September 2016|
Response from Grant B | Reviewed this property |
Not sure as it was free for me as a member of HHA. Think it is between £5 to £10.
23 February 2015|
Response from James M | Property representative |
The State Rooms that are open to the public are all on the ground floor, which is slightly raised from the ground level - there are a few steps through the main entrance up to the ground floor. A platform lift is provided... More