Beningbrough Hall, Country House Gallery & Gardens
Built in the 18th century, this Italian-style baroque house has been shaped by its numerous occupants. It has an intriguing story to tell, beginning with the wealthy teenager who built the mansion to its occupation by the RAF in the Second World War to the re-invention as a country-house gallery, in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery. Today, the architectural grandeur of the rooms is a perfect setting for many 18th-century portraits featuring people who have influenced British history and its culture.
Entry & coach travel included in price.
Depart York, James College YUSU building at 9.30am, depart Beningbrough Hall at 4pm.
Date: 14/07/2018, 09:30 - 16:00