|a few of the 18|
|the end of the Hammond House|
The gem of the collection is the Hammond House. It has 36 fully furnished rooms, 1500 pieces of furniture and 77 china faced dolls. It has lights in every room and used to have running water. It was donated to the national Trust in 1970.
Mrs Graham Angus of Northumberland collected houses all her life and these were added to the Hammond House by her family on her death in 1973. The oldest house dates back to 1835.
Wallington is one of the very best NT houses to visit: wonderful house, even more spectacular gardens and then this collection - what's not to like.