Do not miss reading the detailed post by Susan Hayward on The Hispanic-Anglosphere at the National Trust Tyntesfield in the Resources area of our website. She is the curator of the magnificent estate established in the nineteenth century by the entrepreneurial Gibbs family near Bristol. Within 540 acres of woodland, parklands and formal gardens, it has at its heart an awe-inspiring neo-gothic country house with rich Hispanic content and influence on its interiors and furnishings that, she aptly observes, often comes as a surprise to visitors.
The public will have the chance to learn more about Tyntesfield’s Hispanic roots during a series of events on Saturday 23rd June. More details will be made available here and through the NT Tyntesfield events webpages – put the date already firmly in your agenda!