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Packington Hall

Telephone : 01676 522274 Location : Situated off the A45 towards Coventry, near  to junction 3 of the M42 Opening Times : Group visits only (by prior  arrangement)

Now the  home of the Earl of Aylesford, Packington Hall stands in a park of approximately  300 acres, with a deer park, fisheries and the Forest of Arden golf course. The  grounds were laid out by Capability Brown and his plans of 1751 are kept in the  house. The Hall, built in 1693, is in the Italian Renaissance style, with  interior design by Joseph Bonom

The  Church of Great Packington, also in Packington Park, was built in 1789 for the  Earl of Aylesford and their great house - apparently to offer thanks for the  temporary return of George III's sanity. The organ of 1750 was built to Handels  design and may have been played by the great composer himself.

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