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Castle Howard Mausoleum

Renowned as one of the largest free-standing mausoleums in northern Europe, it remains the private burial grounds for the Howard family for generations.

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Castle Howard
Built for the 3rd Earl of Carlisle and taking over 100 years to complete, today Castle Howard remains home to the Howard family.
Brideshead Revisited
In both film versions of Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, Castle Howard is used as the stately home of the Flyte family. The grounds were used extensively throughout filming as well.
The grounds at Castle Howard
Covering an astounding 8,800 acres, the grounds of Castle Howard are the idyllic location to enjoy a walk filled with rich history and colourful cinematic tales.
The Temple of the Four Winds
Designed in the early 18th century, it was used by the family as an oasis on the grounds to read and enjoy refreshments.
Coneysthorpe village
Only 4 miles away from Castle Howard you can find this beautiful small village and civil parish were The Centenary Way long-distance path runs through.
Howardian Hills
Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1987 the Howardian Hills covers 77 square miles of woods, farmland and historic parkland which take their name from the Howard family whose great mansion still dominates this area.

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