Glyndebourne, the house and gardens

“The graciousness of civilisation here surely touches a peak where the arts of music, architecture and gardening combine for the delight of man” wrote Vita Sackville-West with reference to Glyndebourne in 1953. For the last 60 years that description of Glyndebourne, as an increasingly famous centre for opera, has indeed held true. The early history of the estate was rather more modest…

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