After Janet mentioned to me that Emily Eerdmans, author of the upcoming Regency Redux, was one of her Attingham classmates, I read a bit more about the institution. Begun in 1952, this charitable educational trust offers focused studies of English country houses.
The courses are designed primarily for curators and other professionals, but I think a wide audience will enjoy browsing the Attingham site. The list of links to celebrated country homes, like Nancy Lancaster's Kelmarsh, is outstanding. In fact I've added Attingham to the resource list here in the blog's right hand sidebar.
BTW: Jennifer gave us a wonderful preview of Eerdmans' book a while back.
Shown above is The Dining Room, Attingham Park. pen and wash drawing by Ptolemy Dean (SS '97)