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National Trust Stowe, Buckingham

Categories: Gardens, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
At National Trust Stowe, immerse yourself in 100 hectares (250 acres) of nature that has inspired writers, philosophers, artists, and politicians since the 18th century. Stroll or cycle through the garden’s lakes, valleys, and trails, and keep an eye out for the 40 temples and monuments that remain standing. Stop into the New Inn for parlor games and viewings of its historic rooms. The visitor's center has a shop and a cafe. Use our Stowe travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to National Trust Stowe and other attractions in Stowe.
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  • We went for a Monday morning walk in the autumn sunshine and it was glorious. Not too many visitors so nice and quiet, the trees were just showing some colour and the impressive monuments all added to...  read more »
  • The approach to this property is an impressive long drive, there is plenty of pay-and-display parking (free for NT members). It is then a long walk from the new visitor entrance to the garden but ther...  read more »
  • Great place to walk and admire views just outside Buckingham town centre. You won't find any herbaceous borders here. The autumn colours were just developing. Impressive visitor centre and cafe/restau...  read more »
  • SNAKES HEAD PHATTILLA , Rare Protected Wild flower, is growing at Stowe and can been found alongside the footpath walking down to the gardens. According to the BBC South news they have only been found in Oxfordshire.
  • Lovely place for a family walk. The views of the impressive house are tremendous. The kids particularly enjoyed the golf buggy ride back from the gardens to the tea room - which is definitely worth a visit! The scone I had was delicious!
  • We walked five miles with five miles of stunning views. .. loved every step.
  • A charming National Trust house with very nice architectural monuments, well placed in the natural landscape of the park.
  • Way to expensive for what is there. Parking is reasonable and fair. Don't allow drone flying, even it could have benefitted them. So basically not worth the money they want for what is there. National Trust, rethink the price....
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