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Things to do - Parks

 
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Clandon Park - a circa 1730 Palladian mansion set in gardens and home to a Maori meeting house (New Zealand 1892). The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment Museum is also based at Clandon Park.
Hatchlands Park - built in the 1750s a family mansion set in informal grounds containing a superb collection of paintings and a collection of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers Bach, Chopin and Elgar.
Painshill - Discover the story of Painshill Park. Created between 1738 and 1773 by the Hon Charles Hamilton, a painter, plantsman and brilliantly gifted and imaginative designer...
Parham - a well-loved family home to only three families since 1577 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Revived and restored, Parham's tranquillity and timeless beauty have changed little over the centuries.
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