The Timeless Design Gala
Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
Drawers inside the ebony inlaid cabinet c1675 with floral marquetry in the Long Gallery at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
Birling Gap, East Sussex
Coastguard cottages at Birling Gap, part of the Seven Sisters cliffs range, East Sussex
Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire
The Eastern end of Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire, a Cistercian community of monks from the twelfth century until the Dissolution in 1539
Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland
Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland
Clandon Park, Surrey

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Cattle graze peacefully beside the river in Croome Park, Worcestershire

The Royal Oak Foundation is the American partner of the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our mission is to encourage Americans to learn about, experience and support places of great historic and natural significance throughout the United Kingdom. Our members receive unlimited entry to all National Trust UK properties. Join Today

The latest from The AngloFiles

Preservation in a Cold Climate
As we near the anniversary of the V & A's landmark "The Destruction of the Country House," hear from Architectural Historian Jeremy Musson on the economic constraints on historic preservation

Royal Oak's Horan Fellow Talks Landscapes, Drone Cinematography and more
Meet Royal Oak's 2015 Horan Fellow and learn about his exciting project

Tales of Loss and Redemption: The Country House in the National Trust
Former Royal Oak Executive Director Sean Sawyer on the history of the preservation of the English country home

Support

Royal Oak’s Timeless Design Gala
Join Royal Oak for the 18th Annual Timeless Design Gala, honoring The Kips Bay Decorator Show House  and Dr. Susan Weber, Founder & Director of Bard Graduate Center. Proceeds will benefit The Royal Oak Foundation, The Royal Oak Scholarship Fund and the 2015 National Trust Appeal for Furniture.

2015 National Trust Appeal: Furniture Research Project
Royal Oak seeks to raise funds to support a three year-long Furniture Research Project that will enhance catalogue entries and provide research for the National Trust’s furniture collection.

The Ronald Lee Fleming Legacy Challenge
Help ensure the future of The Royal Oak Foundation’s Drue Heinz Lectures.