High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4LA
A house with two tales, Hughenden Manor has a rich history. On the one hand it was the country home to Benjamin Disraeli, Queen Victoria's favourite Prime Minister. On the other, it was the base for a secret map-making operation during the Second World War. Explore both stories in the atmospheric house and grounds.
Where is Hughenden located?
1½ miles north of High Wycombe; on west side of Valley road. From M40 exit 4, take A404 towards High Wycombe, follow signs to Eden shopping centre, then take A4128 towards Great Missenden. Follow brown signs
What style of garden is Hughenden?
Redesigned in 1862 in an Italianate style, the formal gardens feature terraces, perfect lawns, classical statuary and a parterre full of vibrant colour. The walled garden and pleasure grounds offer a more relaxed space, ideal for play and picnics.
What can guests enjoy at Hughenden?
Uncover the secrets of the Victorian mansion, admire the gardens or explore the wider estate. After a day of exploring Hughenden, guests can enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake in the stableyard café or treat themselves in the gift shop.
Hughenden also has a Historic House:
Information on Hughenden garden , High Wycombe
|Opening Times:||Closed 24-25 Dec. Please see NT website for Manor, Gardens & Park opening times.|
|Admission:||NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Welcome under close control in gardens, park and woodland.)|
|Location:||One and a half miles north of High Wycombe, on the west side of Great Missenden Road.|
Coaches welcome, Free parking - 200yds, Guided tours by prior arrangement, Limited disabled access, Plants for sale, gift shop, Tearoom
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