Goodwood House Summer Exhibition

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Goodwood, one of the finest country houses in England, has been the home of the Dukes of Richmond & Lennox for over 300 years.  The 1st Duke of Richmond was the natural son of King Charles II and his French mistress, Louise de Keroualle.  He originally bought Goodwood as a hunting lodge and subsequent Dukes enlarged the existing Jacobean house to create the magnificent house that we see today, set in mature parkland against the backdrop of the Sussex Downs. 



Over the past three centuries, The Dukes of Richmond have been fascinated by natural history. This year the summer exhibition, 'Nature Revisited' will explore this family interest and the legacy that we enjoy at Goodwood to this day.

A unique collection of paintings and stories are revealed in the State Apartments of Goodwood House.

Opening times are 1.00 - 5.00 pm  for all open days. We can take groups on a Monday morning at any time.