Built in the 17th century Blickling Hall is one of the England’s finest Jacobean Houses. It contains beautiful and important artefacts which include: one of the finest collections of rare books in England, Mortlake tapestries, a Hungerford- Pollen painted ceiling and an extensive collection of furniture and paintings. Stained glass can be found in both the Long Gallery and the Great Hall..
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The main staircase windows have recently been restored by Barley Studio http://www.barleystudio