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Get ready for a day out in Buckinghamshire filled with wonder
Waddesdon Manor House and Garden is a breathtaking masterpiece of Victorian art and architecture nestled in the heart of the English countryside.
Built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the late 19th century, the house is an extraordinary blend of French chateau-style and English country house design, filled with exquisite treasures and works of art.
The gardens at Waddesdon Manor are equally impressive, boasting sweeping lawns, colourful borders, and ornamental lakes that reflect the beauty of the surrounding landscape.
This day out in Buckinghamshire is the perfect way to get out into nature, while taking in the fascinating history
Visitors can explore a variety of garden spaces, including the Aviary Garden, Rose Garden, and Parterre, all of which offer unique and stunning views.
There are also several on-site restaurants and cafes serving delicious food and drink made with fresh, local ingredients.
Whether you're a history buff, art lover, or simply looking for a beautiful place to relax and unwind, Waddesdon Manor House and Garden is a must-visit destination that will leave you awe-inspired and enchanted.
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If you're looking for a simple day out in a place of natural beauty, then Waddesdon Manor Gardens is sure to keep you thrilled!
How to find us
Waddesdon Manor encourages car-free travel and cycling is a great way of doing this.
If you wish, you may leave your bike in the sheltered rack next to the electric charging points and continue into the grounds via shuttle bus.
Alternatively, you may cycle up to the Manor along the main entrance road. Please dismount when you reach the closed main gate, and walk your bike through using the side pedestrian gate. Once through this gate you may continue cycling on the entrance road to the North Fountain.
You may wish to continue cycling to the Stables using the main entrance road where there is another sheltered bike rack in the parking area.
When you are ready to leave, you can cycle down the exit drive, taking a right at the bottom onto Green Lane, and then back to the car park/Greenway, or exit via Silk Street and onto the A41.
The nearest train station is Aylesbury Vale Parkway. Regular trains run from London Marylebone to Aylesbury and Aylesbury Vale Parkway.
Your onward journey from the train station can be made by taxi, bus or via the new Waddesdon Greenway, a safe cycle and walking route joining Aylesbury Vale Parkway to Waddesdon Manor.
From London (1-1.5 hours)
M40 Junction 7 towards Thame, via Long Crendon and Upper Winchendon
From Birmingham (1-1.5 hours)
M40 Junction 9 and take the A34 via Bicester, then follow A41 towards Aylesbury
From Oxford (30 mins)
A34 towards Bicester, then follow A41 towards Aylesbury
From Milton Keynes (45 mins)
A5 towards Dunstable, then A4146 via Leighton Buzzard to Aylesbury. Finally A41 towards Bicester
The local bus runs from Aylesbury to Marsh Gibbon via Waddesdon. Please note: this is an infrequent service and there are no buses on a Sunday. On arrival in Waddesdon village, walk through the main gates on Silk Street and you’ll be directed towards the Welcome Pavilion.
27th July 2023 - 22nd October 2023
- Free parking
People also ask:
Can I bring my dog to Waddesdon Manor House and Garden?
- Well-behaved dogs on short leads are welcome in most outdoor areas and well-behaved dogs are allowed inside in the Stables Café and Stables Takeaway. Only assistance dogs are permitted to enter the Manor House.