WYATT THE DESTROYER! INTERIORS OF AUCKLAND CASTLE IN CONTEXT
Join Clare Baron, Curator: Temporary Exhibitions as she discusses the influence of renowned English architect, James Wyatt on the interiors of Auckland Castle.
In the 1700s a succession of Georgian Gothic State Rooms, containing delicate plasterwork and sumptuous furnishings, were created by Wyatt. Amongst the finest surviving examples of Wyatt’s Georgian Gothic to survive in the country, they form a state processional route from the entrance to the great Throne Room.
Tickets £8 in advance and includes a drink on arrival.
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