A stunning example of the natural beauty Capability Brown sought in all his garden designs, Ugbrooke House has been a place of residence dating back to Tudor times, and the park itself is mentioned in the Domesday Book as “church land part of the Diocese of Exeter”.
He worked on some of our grandest estates, but Capability Brown himself only ever owned one property - the Manor House in Fenstanton. We find out more about the Cambridgeshire parish which became Brown's final resting place
No birthday is complete without balloons, presents and most importantly, a cake, which is why we’ve launched a new competition – Brown’s Birthday Bake.
Capability Brown sites are being encouraged to go green, with a new sustainable transport toolkit now available
Earlier this year Belvoir Castle hosted obstacle challenge race Tough Mudder. The Landscape Institute's Lauren Tubb reports on how the Capability Brown-designed landscape inspired her every step of the way
A new book exploring the work of Capability Brown and the men who worked alongside him is on sale now
Capability Brown's work at Milton Abbey in Dorset spanned 20 years. Now, it's the subject of a new multi-media exhibition. Michael McAvoy explains more
The first-ever exhibition dedicated to Capability Brown’s Yorkshire landscapes has opened in Harrogate, with an accompanying book also available.
A new book exploring Capability Brown’s artistic legacy and his pioneering work with water in the landscape is on sale now.