The National Trust describes Wimpole Hall as a working estate still guided by the seasons, with an impressive massive, parkland, gardens and Home Farm. There is so much space for a walk.
Wimpole’s Folly is a folly ruin (below), which is located in the grounds of Wimpole Hall. It was built in the mid-1770s and was designed to resemble the ruins of a medieval castle.
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