Latest online exhibitions
Treasured Possessions: Riches of Polesden Lacey
Polesden Lacey was the lavish country retreat of Margaret Greville, a popular and powerful socialite in the early 1900s. Discover some of the most significant treasures in Mrs Greville’s collection and explore how she amassed masterpieces by some of the world’s greatest artists, as well as exquisite objects by Cartier and Fabergé.Explore the online exhibition
John Constable's largest known painting, The Opening of Waterloo Bridge, 1817, has been brought back to its full glory by National Trust conservators, revealing a long-vanished Thames skyline view. Learn more about this painting and and the significant collection of his works at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire in this online exhibition.Explore the online exhibition
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Read a selection of articles written by National Trust curators, conservators, archaeologists and other experts about objects and places in our care.
Our online exhibitions provide rich contextual lenses through which to engage with our collections, offering a close up look of objects not always possible in person.