This year has seen a myriad of events at locations across England and Wales celebrating the stunning landscapes created by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and these are set to continue with a range of events in support of Heritage Open Days, running from the 8th to the 11th of September.
In recognition of Capability Brown's stunning contributions to the landscape of England, a number of sites have achieved protected listed status with Historic England.
They say that a picture paints a thousand words, and this is never truer than with aerial photography. Nothing allows the viewer to understand a landscape and the various features set within it, than a bird’s eye view.
How many eggs does it take to make a cake the size of Wimpole? Find out here...
Kirkharle, the birthplace of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in Northumberland where the renowned 18th century landscape architect was baptised as a baby on 30th August 1716 in St Wilfrid's Church.
Happy Birthday, Mr Brown! We are delighted to announce the winners of our competition to bake Capability Brown a birthday cake...
Have you ever fancied stepping into the shoes of ‘Capability’ Brown? Well, thankfully, now you can thanks to a new game created by the National Trust.
Castle Ashby nestles in the heart of Northamptonshire, embracing all of the characteristic features of a Brownian landscape.
Catherine, from our Capability Brown Festival team, documents her public transport adventure to Scampston Estate in Yorkshire...