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    1. Kenwood House

      Kenwood house stands in the north west corner of Hampstead Heath. It overlooks a lake and many acres of the heath. In 1760 the house was remodelled and refurbished by Robert Adam. During the summer months many open air concerts and private functions are held here by the lake. It now holds one of the most important private collections of paintings – the Iveagh Bequest.

    2. National Trust Gift Shop

      The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This is done through practical caring and conservation, through educating and informing, and through encouraging millions of people to enjoy their national heritage. Funds are raised through a variety of enterprises, including a small group of gift shops.

    3. The National Trust

      The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This is done through practical caring and conservation, through educating and informing, and through encouraging millions of people to enjoy their national heritage. Funds are raised through a variety of enterprises, including a small group of gift shops.

    4. Ascott House

      Ascott is a Jacobean house remodelled in the 19th Century, with wonderful art collections and gardens.

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