Eastbury Manor House
Eastbury Manor House
Owned by the National Trust, Eastbury Manor House is a merchant's house dating to the Elizabethan period. It is here that the conpsirators planning the Gunpowder Plot met to devize their treasonous plans. The highlight of the interior is the collection of well-preserved 17th century wall paintings. The house is set in small but enjoyable gardens.
There is a regular programme of events, including family days, heritage days, and regular guided tours led by costumed guides in period dress.